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Old 22-05-2010, 09:14   #1
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Surname: Oduamadi
First name: Nnamdi Chidiebere
Pseudonym: Nnamdi Oduamadi
Date of birth: 17.10.1990
Age-group: 1990
Nationality: Nigeria
Position: Forward, Striker

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AC-Milan (Youth System), Italy 2005-2008
AC-Milan (Primavera), Italy 2008-Present
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ODU vs Inter Milan July 26, 2009

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Old 22-05-2010, 09:20   #2
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I edited it ^^
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Old 22-05-2010, 12:02   #3
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I doubt if I knw this guy.
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Old 22-05-2010, 15:40   #4
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I doubt if I knw this guy.
He is a promising player and i hope he can merge with the First team very soon.
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Old 22-05-2010, 15:43   #5
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I doubt if I knw this guy.
Him, Strasser, Albertazzi and Verdi will be promoted to the 1st team for the coming season, so you'll probably see more of him.
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Old 20-06-2010, 12:10   #6
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Galli: "Oduamadi is impressive, Strasser irrepressible physicality"

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The head of the youth of Milan Filippo Galli to the Gazzetta dello Sport speaks for Strasser, one of the next players that will join the first team: "The physical benefits from the irrepressible, much, but grew quite well in managing the ball." Galli also speaks of Oduamadi, another player promoted to first team: "In speed, in one against one is impressive."
Welcome to the first team Odu.
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Old 29-07-2010, 06:13   #7
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Odu looked very very good in the game against Varese... Hopefully he will join the first team soon..

He looks like a star in the making.. You can see him from the 4:47 point and on..

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Old 30-07-2010, 05:59   #8
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Surprised not many people talk on this thread I think Oduamadi is a big talent
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Old 04-08-2010, 09:55   #9
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Odu looked very very good in the game against Varese... Hopefully he will join the first team soon..

He looks like a star in the making.. You can see him from the 4:47 point and on..


Oduamadi and verdi played well together
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Old 14-08-2010, 17:18   #10
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I Guess No One Mentioned The Assist To Ronnie In The Trofeo Tim Game... He's Gonna Be Fine As A Super Sub !
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Old 14-08-2010, 17:22   #11
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I Guess No One Mentioned The Assist To Ronnie In The Trofeo Tim Game... He's Gonna Be Fine As A Super Sub !
he just need to play more effective IMO


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Old 16-08-2010, 18:06   #12
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I just wanna point out, his assist vs. Juve.... if he was giovani does santos or really any new signing more or less same age with more of a name.... people would be jizzing all over themselves for him.

I still think he's probably excess requirement and could be loaned but he fits RW role well... he played his best game in RW w/ ronaldinho on left. Looks like he's got a future... dunno if it's at milan. Worst case he's sold for profit in a few years and that money would get us right player. Best case... the right player is just him.

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Old 16-08-2010, 18:56   #13
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Arguably the most important factor of making the jump to the senior level, and later international fotball, is how the players handle increased tempo and organisation, in general you have to play on smaller margins. F.ex Seedorf when it comes to playing against top class opponents, and Merkel who actually raised his performances in senior fotball compared to last years primavera.

Oduamadi strikes me as the opposite, as he looks tactically unfinished even compared to the other juniors. The raw talent is undoubtly there, but it will be very important for him to be matched on a higher level than in the primavera.
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Old 16-08-2010, 23:15   #14
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I just wanna point out, his assist vs. Juve.... if he was giovani does santos or really any new signing more or less same age with more of a name.... people would be jizzing all over themselves for him.

I still think he's probably excess requirement and could be loaned but he fits RW role well... he played his best game in RW w/ ronaldinho on left. Looks like he's got a future... dunno if it's at milan....


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Arguably the most important factor of making the jump to the senior level, and later international fotball, is how the players handle increased tempo and organisation, in general you have to play on smaller margins. F.ex Seedorf when it comes to playing against top class opponents, and Merkel who actually raised his performances in senior fotball compared to last years primavera.

Oduamadi strikes me as the opposite, as he looks tactically unfinished even compared to the other juniors. The raw talent is undoubtly there, but it will be very important for him to be matched on a higher level than in the primavera.

I think you guys both hit it on the head. Milan is in a financial regression of sorts. I think this is the perfect opportunity for us to really develop our own talent. The primavera is a good way for our youth to get acclimated to our system, but you don't know what you have until you see it for yourself. I strongly believe ODU is the type of player that will play extremely well when he's comfortable, given the Jube game was his second, he's begining to come around more. Allegri knows how to bring youngsters along being that he coached for a smaller team & getting results. Our situation affords him the ability to play & train our youth with world class players day in & day out. Gourcuff blossomed learning from Kaka daily. I believe ODU will go through the same with Dinho.


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Old 17-08-2010, 14:33   #15
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Nnamdi Chidiebere Oduamadi: not sure how to pronounce his name,
still...big player to come:
it's a shame that they're loaning him out
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Old 17-08-2010, 14:53   #16
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Say what now? Are we going to loan out Odu? Do we never learn? Are we insane? If anything, we lack right wingers the most! I'm not saying he will be an important first team player or something like that, but hell, he will be useful this season a lot, surely with out current squad. What's wrong with our management? And yes, awesome assist to Ronaldinho that match.
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Old 17-08-2010, 15:12   #17
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...loan him to Geneoa and get them to buy us another player, otherwise not a good idea.
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Old 17-08-2010, 15:13   #18
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How can we loan him with co-owned contract ?
I don't hear anything about he'll loaned.
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Old 17-08-2010, 15:23   #19
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AC Milan ready to send Nnamdi Oduamadi away on-loan
17.08.10 | **************.com
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AC Milan are ready to send young Nigerian Nnamdi Oduamadi away on-loan.

Oduamadi is part of Milan coach Giovanni Stroppa's primavera team and has worked with the senior squad in preseason.

Stroppa has been playing Oduamadi as an attacking midfielder and management believe it is time in his development for regular first team football.

Milan are inviting loan and co-ownership offers from lower league clubs for the youngster.
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Old 17-08-2010, 15:24   #20
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is what i've just read,

i hope it's madia speculation
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