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Enyeama Fails To Get Dijon Deal, Thanks French Ligue 1 Club

Enyeama  Fails To Get Dijon Deal,  Thanks French Ligue 1 Club

French Ligue 1 outfit Dijon failed to hand former Super Eagles goalkeeper Vincent Enyeama a contract after few days of training with the club, Completesports.com reports.

According to French online news oulet, Le Bien Public, Dijon will not sign Enyeama to replace Bobby Alain, whose contract has ended.

Alain linked up with Greek giants last week following the expiration of his contract with the club.

Enyeama last featured for another French Ligue I side, Lille Metrople.

The former Enyimba goalkeeper is staging a comeback to the game after long-term injury sidelined him for several months.

Meanwhile Enyeama has thanked Dijon for giving him the opportunity to train with the club.

”Thank you for the warm reception and the opportunity given to train to with your team. It was a wonderful time that made me realize that I can still play at the highest competitive level. I wish the coach,the staff, the players a great season,”he tweeted.

By Adeboye Amosu)

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  • Hmmm, sad to hear. Hope you get a new club soon and keep your career moving. Truth be told though, Enyeama’s stock starting falling after he unceremoniously quit the SE. Agreed, Oliseh lacked man-management, but Enyema always let his emotions get the better of him and that may have contributed to the current limbo he’s found himself in.

    Enyeama also had a famous falling out with SiaSia which led the coach dropping him for the crucial match against Guinea. Aiyenugba keep the goal for Nigeria, Guinea played 2-2 and Nigeria was knocked out of Afcon 2015 qualifier. 2 different coaches and only you one?

    In as much as Nigeria needs these A-list players, they also need Nigeria to maintain their brand or market value. How many of them have go on to fare so well after dumping Nigeria in acrimonious manner? From Emenike to IK Uche to Uche Kalu etc, just of recent memory. Victor Moses’s fortune too is suspect at the moment. Perhaps Ighalo would be advised and reconsider his sudden international retirement.

  • mother luck will always work at your favour as long as you have the love of your country in your hearth dough eyinama tried for this country but he suppose not to quit like that you don’t play for the coach you play for your country.if country needs you who is the coach but he just close the door and throw the key in to the see.non of these players had their career blossom after they decided to quit the way eyinama and emenike did. Some foreign born players who pledge to wear green and white jersey have their career going on well. Name them ekong from ado dehang now he is playing for udinese, ola Ana from Chelsea to regular play in Torino, ebuhei from NEC b to benfica even victor mosses Then from wigan to Chelsea so what are we saying, those who reject us then are regretting their action now, few to mention caton Cole, Jordan ibe even fasanu john, it is the word of God that says love your country.

  • Mister 2 years ago

    This is where you can found yourself when you let us down as you did.no international playing they will not consider you anymore. Even small Dijon club of nowhere rejected the big Enyeama. Do you see for yourself now. A shame. You let us down with those bad goalkeepers that’s cost us to win the cup. You see now. It’s a pity 

  • Dr. Drey 2 years ago

    Moral of the story: ‘Never turn your back on your national team’

    Some clubs just want to hear that you are still a national team player….dasall…!
    That was the reason why Mikel chose to return to the national team for AFCON. He sure knew he needed a last big club in his career and understood remaining an international player would sure enhance his profile and chances.

    A player like Echiejile has never been an outstanding player, yet he always managed to get to sign for top clubs in the mould of Monaco and SC Braga. Immediately he fell out of international reckoning, even to get a new contract in finland has become a problem.

    Before this last AFCON, almighty Sulley Muntari went on his knees pleading with the Ghanaian FA to appeal to Coach Kwesi Appiah to invite him to the AFCON camp….why, dude need to be a national team player to secure a big deal in Saudi Arabia. Those who have followed Muntari’s national team antecedents in the past would know that that was like Trump having to beg Putin for a morsel of bread to eat.

    As much as we need these elite players, they need us even more….!