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1Nigerian Scouting thread. Empty Nigerian Scouting thread. Tue Feb 07 2012, 18:51

Reebok Trotter

Reebok Trotter
Nat Lofthouse
Nat Lofthouse
I have managed to secure the services of a BWFC fan who lives in Nigeria and is prepared to do a bit of scouting for Bolton Nuts.

He will video any potential candidates and upload the footage on here. If we see anyone who looks tasty we will notify Mr Coyle.

I have lodged the Bolton Nuts work permit of Nigerianbolton with Mr
Ikea Joorabchian of the Monopolies Commission and as soon as our scout gets in touch I will contact his new sponsor, Mr Finetime Fontayne, who will arrange payments for February.

Mr Fontayne is the CEO of the Petunia Winegum Foundation and is always willing to help a good cause.



Nigerian Scouting thread. S1q9vn
Finetime Fontayne



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2Nigerian Scouting thread. Empty Re: Nigerian Scouting thread. Tue Feb 07 2012, 19:15

Sluffy

Sluffy
Admin
Excellent news RT!

3Nigerian Scouting thread. Empty Re: Nigerian Scouting thread. Wed Feb 08 2012, 21:05

Banks of the Croal

Banks of the Croal
Frank Worthington
Frank Worthington
Is he reliable this scout RT???

His boss looks a bit odd.

Long has he's cheap, and with no come backs if he get's himself kidnapped.

4Nigerian Scouting thread. Empty Re: Nigerian Scouting thread. Wed Feb 08 2012, 21:20

Reebok Trotter

Reebok Trotter
Nat Lofthouse
Nat Lofthouse
Reliable ? Maybe not as reliable as the likes of British Rail but certainly streetwise. Finetime is a big pal of Jackie Paper who runs the Reptile sanctuary at Honalee.

According to the latest Glass's Guide, Mr Fontayne made his millions from harvesting Mung Beans in the Okavango Delta. He lists his hobbies as Topiary, Football and Frottage. What could be better ?

5Nigerian Scouting thread. Empty Re: Nigerian Scouting thread. Wed Feb 08 2012, 21:25

gloswhite

gloswhite
Guðni Bergsson
Guðni Bergsson
He sounds like a good dude to me, absolute 100 % genuine. Where do I send the money?

6Nigerian Scouting thread. Empty Re: Nigerian Scouting thread. Wed Feb 08 2012, 22:51

Banks of the Croal

Banks of the Croal
Frank Worthington
Frank Worthington
I'm willing to donate a pair of socks and Windjammer. to the cause.

7Nigerian Scouting thread. Empty Re: Nigerian Scouting thread. Sun Feb 19 2012, 21:55

Reebok Trotter

Reebok Trotter
Nat Lofthouse
Nat Lofthouse
I have received a PM from Dar. He is having problems with his phone but will start posting as soon as he can get his phone sorted.

Mr Fontayne is thrilled to bits with the news.

8Nigerian Scouting thread. Empty Re: Nigerian Scouting thread. Sun Feb 19 2012, 22:23

Nigerianbolton


David Lee
David Lee
lets just be optimistic about things getting sorted as soon as possible, and am glad about the new sponsor . would be looking to make friends soon with ma tantalizing reports, Ya'all should just be patient.

9Nigerian Scouting thread. Empty Re: Nigerian Scouting thread. Sun Feb 19 2012, 22:30

Sluffy

Sluffy
Admin
You took your time getting here Dar but I'm pleased you found us in the end.

Please feel free to post any time - you don't have to wait until you have a report to submit.

I'm pleased you are safe and well as I understand your country as not be too safe recently.

10Nigerian Scouting thread. Empty Re: Nigerian Scouting thread. Fri Feb 24 2012, 03:51

Nigerianbolton


David Lee
David Lee
I WOULD BE RESUMING WITH 3 FRESH REPORTS BTWN NOW AND SUNDAY AS I DID SOME SCOUTINGs THIS WEEK. MIGHT BE MORE IF AM OUY ON SATURDAY TOO.
THANKS

11Nigerian Scouting thread. Empty Re: Nigerian Scouting thread. Fri Feb 24 2012, 23:06

Reebok Trotter

Reebok Trotter
Nat Lofthouse
Nat Lofthouse
The fresher the better, Brother Dar. Mr Fontayne is ready and waiting.

12Nigerian Scouting thread. Empty Re: Nigerian Scouting thread. Sat Feb 25 2012, 18:21

Banks of the Croal

Banks of the Croal
Frank Worthington
Frank Worthington
We've got to pull out all the stops on this, Relegation is staring us in the the Face.

Give the man a Bonus, if he finds us a Star.

13Nigerian Scouting thread. Empty Re: Nigerian Scouting thread. Sun Feb 26 2012, 21:00

Reebok Trotter

Reebok Trotter
Nat Lofthouse
Nat Lofthouse
Brother Dar, try to get your reports in ASAP. Mr Fontayne has a meeting with Mr Frobisher from the Inland Revenue in the morning. Summat to do with some VAT irregularities that have cropped up. I got the impression he was hedging his bets and hoping he woudn't have to put his hand in his pocket for your February sponsorship.

He has given me some cock and bull story about an early spell of ground frost decimating his runner bean crop and preventing a good harvest. I have held him to his word and he has put a bit of money to one side to cover your reports.

14Nigerian Scouting thread. Empty Re: Nigerian Scouting thread. Sun Feb 26 2012, 21:28

Banks of the Croal

Banks of the Croal
Frank Worthington
Frank Worthington
I've heard there's a link with The Chicken Gobblers, Venky's.

So i can foresee this exercise being a total Cock up.

Especially now that prat Frobisher is involved, he'll show no Mercy.



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15Nigerian Scouting thread. Empty Re: Nigerian Scouting thread. Sun Feb 26 2012, 21:33

Reebok Trotter

Reebok Trotter
Nat Lofthouse
Nat Lofthouse
If things get too hairy for Mr Fonytayne, I have another sponsor lined up for March but If Brother Dar can get his reports in before the end of the month then Mr Fontayne will have no choice other than to pay up.

16Nigerian Scouting thread. Empty Re: Nigerian Scouting thread. Sun Feb 26 2012, 23:41

Copper Dragon

Copper Dragon
Ivan Campo
Ivan Campo
One of the better threads on Burnden Aces was this.



I assume that his expenses are covered?

17Nigerian Scouting thread. Empty Re: Nigerian Scouting thread. Sun Feb 26 2012, 23:54

Sluffy

Sluffy
Admin
They are indeed. RT is very particular about this aspect.

18Nigerian Scouting thread. Empty Re: Nigerian Scouting thread. Mon Feb 27 2012, 10:51

Nigerianbolton


David Lee
David Lee
in coming of the first one .....

19Nigerian Scouting thread. Empty Re: Nigerian Scouting thread. Mon Feb 27 2012, 10:51

Nigerianbolton


David Lee
David Lee
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Report 1

And so I set out on
a Tuesday evening, having with me a low quality camera which I
collected from a friend of mine, with the intention of going on my
first scouting mission in 2012, I had no choice but to use the camera
as I am facing some challenges on ma current mobile phone which as
ceased to work for a while now. The school condition at the time was
superb, as it was welcoming students after a very long holiday, among
which are freshmen just trying to make themselves convenient with the
school system. And so because of this I chose to start my scouting
expedition in the school so as to have a peep on the few talents
being brought into the school. I went to one of the pitches where I
know boys do visit to play football this particular evening. Luckily
for me, I found enough fresh students playing together at a small
part of the pitch, so I sat quietly in a corner to watch the boys
exibit their talents and skills.




The boys were
playing what looked more like a five aside soccer, with two piece of
stones used to demarcate a post at both sides. They all played well,
but I was able to single out three of them as the best performer
after watching for a while. It was hard to guess what role they’ll
better play in a football team, but the all had a good grip when
moving with the ball. The first player was Daniel, he is good in
dribbling on the run but am afraid he might be selfish when it comes
to playing with his teammates, but I guess that can always be
corrected with a good instruction. The second was Tunde, also
dribbles well and has a good passing ability whenever he goes
forward. He did enough 1-2 passes when playing. The last was more
like a defender did well to block the opposition from advancing
towards the goal. His name is Joseph.

Note that all this
boys are in there first years in the University, I was unable to get
a hint on the department they are in, but I promise to keep a close
eye on their progress in the school.

In the video,


Daniel = light green
colored shirt

Tunde = the guy
dazzling in a short and singlet on

Joseph= the second
guy in singlet

Videolink;-
https://youtu.be/our4G28180Y

20Nigerian Scouting thread. Empty Re: Nigerian Scouting thread. Mon Feb 27 2012, 11:16

Nigerianbolton


David Lee
David Lee
mixed up the links .. damn !!

21Nigerian Scouting thread. Empty Re: Nigerian Scouting thread. Mon Feb 27 2012, 11:22

Nigerianbolton


David Lee
David Lee
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Report 2




I heard an info from
a friend on Thursday, he told me some local club was going to be
coming to the school pitch to have their training session in the
morning. I wasn’t having lectures early in the morning, so I set
out and check on the boys. Indeed they were at the pitch as I was
told, but there was no way I could take a clip of them training as I
was seated in a far corner where I knew ma low quality camera
wouldn’t capture. So, I decided to just monitor them train and then
walk about later to take clips.


The team had quite a
number of young players mixed with some old ones, so I decided to
focus on the young bloods. I spotted one of their strikers whose name
is Tunji if the info I got was anyway right, he was said to be 20 yrs
old, and with what I saw him do, he sure has the potential of being a
great striker. Another one I saw was Akande who plays at the middle,
he did juggle the ball well, and made good runs during training. I’m
not sure if they’ll be back at the pitch to train, but if I should
be informed about them coming, I’ll sure get back to watch them
play agin.

This is a link to
the video I was able to take while walking around

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CmiIQ_NxuXU

22Nigerian Scouting thread. Empty Re: Nigerian Scouting thread. Mon Feb 27 2012, 11:31

Nigerianbolton


David Lee
David Lee
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Report 3

On Friday, I went to
one of the school halls to watch the boys play, there was a good turn
out at the Kuti Hall pitch, so I sat at a distance pitch to watch
them play. It was their traditional 4 aside play, with one man
guarding the short goalpost, playing it as a set as each team get
knocked out with a goal by the other team. The likes of Pudi comb,
Christian Udo Sam & Samuel Dollar who had featured before in my
previous reports definitely are \’nt back in the hall, as I
couldn’t see any of them.


I watched patiently
as the boys available played, and I was able to see two outstanding
footballers. Both played more like a midfielder, first was kunle and
the last is Runni. Both possessed the ball well as they played ffor
their team,. Kunle in geography science while Runni was only around
in the school cus he came to visit his brother. Did approach Runni to
know if its possible to see him play again, but unfortunately, its
not possible as he lves in the far path of the city and was going the
next morning. I still stayed around to watch the rest play but
couldn’t find any outstanding.

Runni in the red
jersey

kunle in the bdark
blue jersey

video link not yet
available... i”ll upload it when the network is gud .




Freestyles




And so I did some
couple of music freestyles, but wasn’t able to do any for the team
as I wasn’t sure if it’s the right time to do it as things aint
reall going well for the team at the moment. I uploaded one as a
soundtrack for the first report, but I’ll upload it again with
another one I did. Just two outa the few I did, I don’t know if
I’ll be paid for them, but I integrated Bolton stuffs into one of
the two. As time goes on, I’ll do more if I find myself less busy.

Vid 1;­
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NT_r0PMH1Cc&feature=youtu.be

the other one would
be uploaded as soon as I can.










Camera

Ya’all should
please note that the bad quality of the cam was due to the fact that
my phone aint working at the moment, I’m planning on getting a
small quality camera when I get paid for this month’s work, so I
wouldn’t mind if I get a bonus in order to help my work with you
guys.

23Nigerian Scouting thread. Empty Re: Nigerian Scouting thread. Mon Feb 27 2012, 13:24

Reebok Trotter

Reebok Trotter
Nat Lofthouse
Nat Lofthouse
Brother Dar, I can confirm that you will also be paid for your musical doggerel as well. Mr Fontayne has viewed the footage and he is quite impressed. Unfortunately he suffers with night blindness so was not easily able to identify the three freshmen talents that you so readily identified.

He is also impressed with your freestyle as well. He is happy to pay you 6,250 Nigerian Naira if that is acceptable to you?

24Nigerian Scouting thread. Empty Re: Nigerian Scouting thread. Mon Feb 27 2012, 13:32

Reebok Trotter

Reebok Trotter
Nat Lofthouse
Nat Lofthouse
P.S. Any chance you could post an avatar when you get up and running again ? One from your fierce album would be really cool.

25Nigerian Scouting thread. Empty Re: Nigerian Scouting thread. Tue Feb 28 2012, 00:05

Nigerianbolton


David Lee
David Lee
yepp !!! that'll just do the trick, i actually got on another scouting trip this evening but would delay it till next month if i am still avn probs with the uploading and cam.
i guess RT would contact me for the details of payments, i would add more to the amount and try to get a good camera.

26Nigerian Scouting thread. Empty Re: Nigerian Scouting thread. Tue Feb 28 2012, 00:21

Sluffy

Sluffy
Admin
I think you're lucky that you are going to get paid at all after publishing copies of Mr Fontayne's reports on another forum (Burnden Aces)!

I'm sure RT expects you to deliver your work exclusively to your pay master in future.

By the way are you a business associate of Mr James Ibori by any chance?

27Nigerian Scouting thread. Empty Re: Nigerian Scouting thread. Tue Feb 28 2012, 09:53

Mr Magoo

Mr Magoo
Youri Djorkaeff
Youri Djorkaeff
Freedom of speech, The lad can post on any site surely.

28Nigerian Scouting thread. Empty Re: Nigerian Scouting thread. Tue Feb 28 2012, 10:10

Nigerianbolton


David Lee
David Lee
hmmmm !!!
Sorry about that then, but RT mentioned sumtn like i could still leave my reports there, but he wouldnt be responsible for the payments

29Nigerian Scouting thread. Empty Re: Nigerian Scouting thread. Tue Feb 28 2012, 10:27

Guest


Guest
@Mr Magoo wrote:Freedom of speech, The lad can post on any site surely.

Not when he's being paid by this site!

30Nigerian Scouting thread. Empty Re: Nigerian Scouting thread. Tue Feb 28 2012, 10:46

Reebok Trotter

Reebok Trotter
Nat Lofthouse
Nat Lofthouse
I have just got off the dog and bone with Mr Fontayne. He has confirmed that he is happy to pay Brother Dar for his February contributions on Bolton Nuts but he cannot pay Dar for his reports on BA because as he put it, " I am not fcuking made of money!"

Mr Fontayne is going into the Bradford and Bingley Bank in Bradford tomorrow, February 29 and will be making full payment to Dar via Western Union.
All information is the same as before except that the payee is no longer Alf Ventress and is now Mr Finetime Fontayne.

I will PM Brother Dar with the code number as soon as I get it from Mr Fontayne.

Here's hoping that this has cleared up any ambiguity. I am working on a new sponsor for March and hope to be getting a phone call in the next day or so.



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