Was Rohr Right To Put Kelechi Nwakali On The Standby List?
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By Adewale Ajayi
I spoke with my friend, coach Emma Amunike three days ago. We spoke for close to 30minutes or more. It was all about these boys, Osimhen, Nwakali and Samu.
Amunike said the same thing I said here two days ago. Kelechi will bring out the best of Osimhen. No player understands Osimhen like Kelechi. We must do everything we can to bring him into that midfield.
He sends his passes across like a moving train uninterrupted. He has got the third eye. He sees with every hole in his skin. He is a footballer born with the ball to his feet. He has this body swerve that sends many crumbling, he has the brilliance of Iniesta and the wisdom of Cesc. He is the only Nigerian player that can play defensive and attacking midfield with ease
He scores one of every two free kicks and scores from the spot like Fernandez. He works for 90minutes with his socks down and his pant soaked, he is a delight to watch on his day.
He knows when Samu takes off from the flank. With Kelechi in the middle, the flank men will fly with ease.
He is the solution we need going forward. He uses both legs with relative ease and he scores when the strikers go to bed.
The future lies on his boots