Thursday, 28 May, 2020

2010 World Cup's Most Shocking Moments #29: Nigeria's Punishment








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Nigeria Super Eagle Africa Hope South Africa Fail To Win Rock Bottom Out Flop Disappointment President Ban National Team 2 Years Two Punishment

About: Richard Bacon is ably assisted by England legend David Seaman as he takes a hilarious look back at the 50 greatest shocks from the most explosive World Cup of all time – South Africa 2010.
The programme relives the most controversial moments of the summer – from Rob Green’s horrific blunder against the USA to the French team going on strike; from Uruguay cheating Ghana out of a place in the semi-final to Frank Lampard’s infamous ‘goal that never was’.
But the show isn’t just about the shocks that stole the headlines. There are also the brilliant moments that may have slipped under the radar – Fabio Capello daring to bully Stuart Pearce, Emmanuel Eboue attempting to speak Korean and the magical madness of Diego Maradona. We hear from the man who invaded England’s dressing room after the Algeria game and find about the referee who found his own mistake funny.
It includes expert opinion from comedians, players, pundits and journalists such as Jack Whitehall, Dave Renton Skinner, David Schneider, Tom Deecon, Mark Lawrenson and Chris Kamara.
Fast paced, funny and packed with bizarre stories, it is the definitive look back at all that was good and very, very bad at the 2010 World Cup.

27 comments on “2010 World Cup's Most Shocking Moments #29: Nigeria's Punishment

If david Cameron had done this to England he would be hounded out of the country

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I believe the reason mentioned was that he wanted a clear accounting of funds? Which would make sense if corruption was weakening the national team… Still a weird punishment, though, to announce it as a result of the world cup performance.

That said, I find this series really shallow in that they quite often only look at something in a very shallow manner and pick on it from on side.

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England team are bitches. The way they play football is fucked up. Two world cups they performance are fucking terrible. Fuck u and your accent england .l.

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I Am nigerian and i think what Goodluck did was UnCalled for Just because you're national team did not do good doesn't mean you ban them from national competition.Also He Doesn't pay for The players like how other Countries too WHICH IS THE PRIME REASON NIGERIA DID BAD The Players don't want to get injured because they won't get HealthCare or Money so they play sloppy not to get injured and Don't give a damn about the game If nigerian team got paid and Didn't have to Worry About Injuries They would Probably make it to the semi final or final in the 2010 world cup and this world cup they maybe of even had a chance to Win both Nigeria was lucky they got to the round of 16 in this world cup since they had enough determination and were in a easy group.

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President Goodluck needs to go. Incompetent sob doesn't have the balls to get the terrorist group out of the north. 

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Well……. They should of picked Ameobi.

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yeah and they won the african cup of nations

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I still remember in 2010 when Nigeria fucker up in world cup

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lol looks like a spanish speake 😛

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… and they won the Africa Cup of Nations. So I guess all's well that ends well?

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Bed without tea is going to bed without dinner. Naughty step is where mums and dads send kids when they have been naughty on the bottom of the stairs

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Bed without tea?
Naughty step outside a palace??
What the hell are you English people talking about???
0:48

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@GreeceFPS If you're really Greek, then that should be a concern for you newly crowned third-world nation. If you're American, maybe you should go get liposuction to suck that fat off your belly and give it to Africans, fat loser.

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0:06 – 0:12 What did I just see??????????????

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he should be worrying about getting clean water and food to his country

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