Enyeama Back In Eagles Camp, Meets With NFF President, VP

Enyeama Back In Eagles Camp, Meets With NFF President,  VP

By Adeboye Amosu:

Vincent Enyeama returned to the Super Eagles camp in Brussels, Belgium on Saturday to meet with President of the Nigeria Football Federation Amaju Pinnick and Vice-Presidents, Seyi Akinwunmi and Shehu Dikko.
The Lille star left the camp on Thursday to return to his base in Lille, France following a major falling out with head coach of the side, Sunday Oliseh.
He also announced his retirement from international football due to the ugly row with Oliseh.
The NFF confirmed the meeting with Enyeama on Saurday via their Twitter handle, but no further details were provided.
“Enyeama was in Belgium on Saturday for a meeting with the NFF President @PinnickAmaju & VPs Akinwunmi and @ShehuDikko,” the tweet read, accompanied with a picture of all the names mentioned.
It is believed the meeting was to resolve the battle pf egos between Enyeama and Oliseh and to convince the former captain to reverse his decision to retire from international football.
There was no mention of Oliseh being part of the meeting.

Enyeama, 33, has won 101 caps for Nigeria since hos debut in 2002.

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  • Rasta ERNEST 6 years ago

    We still need him in our team. For me, I don't care about Nigeria. I enjoy my football from Man United.

  • chukwuemeka 6 years ago

    Nigerian need to sack Sunday Oliseh

  • This will end in nothing but disaster. There is division in the team already. He should be allowed to leave. Bringing sentiments into this will spell doom.

  • I am very sad to note that even at this modern time,we Nigerians fail to know what is good for us.My question is,must it be a tradition in this country  that every former super eagles player must also be our national coach? Christian chukwu,Samson siasia,Keshi/Amokachi,Amunike and now Oliseh! What is really going on? Although these ex-players tried their best for the country during their playing or actives days as footballers but that does not mean they will also be good  as coaches! There is a saying in my village that says "Its only he who knows the egg of a bush-fowl that will see it in the bush and collect it but he who does not know it always mistaken it to be that of a hen and will refuse to take it home.What I really meant is that we should give our national team to reliable hands and save ourselves this problem of backwardness.

    I still remember our golden days,When two major factors wins games for us.The first factor is when our opponents hear the name Nigeria and the second factor is our opponents seeing the quality of players in our national line-ups.Gone are those days! Now countries like Sudan,Chad and Ethopia are treats to Nigeria!  I have taken my time to study all the recent transfers this new season but I was unable to see a name of  Nigerian footballer who has signed for big club in Europe.Where you will see their names is only in Turkish teams and very soon with the out-break of war there all of them will come back to Nigeria and possibly begin to sell pure-water and hold ups……what a shame!

    Talking about the clash between Oliseh and Eyeama,I will only like to point out one thing.Oliseh should always remember that he has spent the most part of his life in Europe and as such has aquired the customs and approaches of the whiteman to issues but let him not forget that this is Nigeria.We do things our way.He is not the first educated ex-footballer Nigeria ever had and to be precise,the late Sam Okwaraji was a lawyer when he was playing for Nigeria.So,let Oliseh put aside his ego and do his job.I must also not fail to commend here that nomatter what the peace process would be as to bring back Eyeama back to the team there will still be problem in the team so let us think ahead but caution Oliseh on his further negative actions such as this.I rest my case here but hoping that one day,the super eagles will bring back its lost glory and make the nation happy again.Long live super eagles,long live Nigeria

  • Enaibe Samson 6 years ago

    Oliseh must bring Enyeama back or he resign

  • moses. Imaghodor 6 years ago

    Oliseh should face building a good team .stop removing. Foundations pillar of the.Eagle
    …Benin city

  • AL-Farouk Asim Osim 6 years ago

    The common truth is Nigeria need Enyeama more than Enyeama need the country. Beside he is still the best in Africa. Talk less of in Nigeria where Enyeama don't have second best. Am pleading with the NFF to handle it with great care to avoid calamities in a great country that was known for the best intertenment football in world. But today nobody is interested to watch Nigeria playing again because of our personal differences with the game that bring unity in our country. 

  • ALOZIE 6 years ago

    I pray 4 the meeting to be productive,OLISEH didn’t handle the matter reasonably and maturedly .
    He is the coach,we know but let him keep ego apart,Enyema is 1 of the safe hands in the World.
    Is not to go 4 a National assingment 1 day after his mother’s burrial,only few players out of Nationalism will do that in the world,even SUNDAY OLISEY cannot do that,we watched him during his days nd we know uncountable times he has problem with NFF then and how he left the team unceremoniously.

  • Thanks to NFF chairman, it's sign he's a good leader.Oliseh should forgive Enyeama. Nigeria will rise again

  • Can't imagine Nigerians not liking our national teams..prefering foreign teams, Man U, Chelsea etc,how many of these white people know that EYIMBA, KANO PILLARS, WARRI WOLVES etc exist, lets like our thing…ignorance and unpatroitism killing us, we steal our money and take there,hire them as exparts and coaches, learn their ways, dress like them, the implication is that because we keep learning and imitating them we can never get there. No country better than Nigeria.

  • How naive and inexperienced is Musa to accept the armband in this acrimonious situation. He didn't need this sort of pressure for a start and Nigerians will never understand why Oliseh chose to drag into it. Enyeama can't leave the Super Eagles for Oliseh. He's the Eagle's captain; the most capped and experienced present day Super Eagles. Unfortunately for Oliseh he's as good as the results he churns out. A run of poor results and he's gone. I can't see him surviving this. He's already living on the edge.

  • This is good and if it can lead an amicable solution to this lingering faceoff between a proud player and a Head master like coach, all the better. These two are Nigerians and I believe they want the best for the country. Having said that, Enyeama should accept the universal fact that in any faceoff between a boss and others, the others in most cases come out injured. Secondly if Enyeama is staying with the team as a captain or not, it doesn’t matter, he should sincerely want the good of the team and not coming as a stooge or mole or spy or playing another person’s script or is on a revenge bid or something very negative. The way things are, apologies should be exchanged between them to show there is no hard feelings realising that it is the stress of the moment ( Oliseh wanting a good team winning matches, Enyeama just losing and burying his mum plus Ikeme Carl breathing down his back and the upcoming Alampasu just invited). Let bye gone be bye bye. As for me, I am keenly watching proceedings like any other fans and any wrong move will be lambasted by the fans for and against. Good move Mr NFF chairman.