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Enyeama Grateful To Lille B Squad, Staff For Support

By Johnny Edward:
Former Super Eagles captain Vincent Enyeama has applauded the Lille B (reserves) squad for their tremendous support in welcoming him and getting him back to full fitness, Completesportsnigeria.com reports.

Enyeama had played two games for Lille B (the second team of his French Ligue 1 club Lille) in the  French fourth-tier Championnat National 2, before Sunday’s 2-1 defeat to St Maur Lusitanos as he worked his way back to full fitness after suffering a cruciate knee ligament injury last year.


Enyeama took to his Twitter handle to show appreciation for the squad, stating that the memories he had with the team will linger on for forever.

“I want to say thank you so much to the coaches, players, doctor, and physiotherapists of the CFA team of LOSC for this wonderful year. You took me as one of yours; you gave me hope for a new start. These pictures and memories will last forever in my heart. God bless you,” Enyeama tweeted.

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Enyeama is in the final year of his contract at Lille and could be on his way out of the club this summer.

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  • Ayewoh Ikponmwosa 3 years ago

    Its a delight to see Vincent Enyeama gradually returning back to fitness which no doubt is an added advantage to our world cup preperation.With the presence of Enyeama in camp it will be a wake up call for Uzoho,Alampasu or Ikechukwu Ezinwa, just like it was in Japan/Korea 2002 when Ike Shoromu was on the bench while Enyeama started the game against England.
    Enyeama welcome back from injury hope to seeing you in our next international friendly match in may.

    • my dear, Ike Shorunmu was not on the bench: he was not at the world cup because of injury.

      • Please check your facts well @ John.Ike Shorunmu was in goal when Nigeria played against Argentina and Sweden in 2002.Onigbinde opted for Enyeama in the game against England.

        • steven okocha 3 years ago

          you are very right,it was vincent enyeama that manned the post against england in 2002 world cup in japan/korea.matches played against argentina and sweden was shorunmo.

  • vincent Onuigwe 3 years ago

    we want him back to in SE

  • Abdulrazak 3 years ago

    It is surely good and welcomed news that Vincent Enyeama is gradually working his way to fiull fitness. However, let’s  reflect on the words of Galtier, his coach at Lille OSC.
    “It’s a reflection i had and still have that he(Enyeama) has not played for a year at a high level. He is still handicapped in relation to his injury and many things he cannot do”.

  • Prince 3 years ago

    I’m happy for Vincent ….it is good for him !
    But I would rather we let this senior man be !
    He has served his motherland well….pls, lets around him enjoy his retirement in peace and without pressure 

    If some one is really clamouring for the return of Vincent in goal for the SE for the World Cup scheduled to kick off in less than two months time….I will look at that person in his or her face and tell him or her that he or her lack focus, ideals, a future and programmed for perpetual failure ….I will tell that person this without fear because I want that person to wake up, stand up and GROW!!!

    Nigeria have some much talents in the goalkeepers currently in the SE (about 6 of them to be precised) and they are young and improving !!!
    Why not give them a chance to develop and get to that level of Experience for a great future ahead!

    What is the reason for recalled a already retired, older and inactive goalkeeper to a competive tournament ???? Is it to build for the long-tern future or just to make up the numbers ???

    If you indeed a positive minded noble Kinsman of a true Nigerian blood and love of the growth of the nation at Heart, and you are calling for Vincent Enyeama to come back from his current situations and man the goal for the SE on the forth coming World Cup…especially with his CURRENT SUITATIONS….ha, my brother, you are an alien and an enemy to Nigeria !!!
    Infact, you are not a good tool for the future growth of the Nigeria course….you dey draw us back!

    Why not form your own team … Recall other oldies and retired players and play a Charity match instead !!!

    • steven okocha 3 years ago

      yeah,u are very correct.peter rufai should also be called upon

  • Omo9ja 3 years ago

    You can’t buy experience any where. None of the goalkeepers we have at hand now are up to the task. Sorry, that might a bit harsh though. If Enyeama is fully fit, why not he could make his way to Russia. Except if we are going to the world cup to make a number as usual. Hmm… I think we should be thinking of winning the championship by now because if we don’t dream big, there is no way you can achieve anything in life. Okidoki. We need all our best players at this year world cup. Except if they are not fully fit. Therefore, experience counts a lot in what ever we do. God bless us all. God bless Nigeria!!!

  • Vincent Enyeama is more than capable to be in goal for SE in Russia, if he’s fit like a fiddle. You can’t buy experience

  • Prince 3 years ago

    Experience is a great asset … Nobody can take that away from anyone !! 
    How about youth, drive, hunger and the opportunity to get that experience for the future !!

    This same Vincent was a domestic league goalkeeper when he showed the world that he is ready for the future and big stages (if I must reflect, in a certain NGR VS ENG match at a FIFA WORLDCUP !!)

    Ok…lets reflect a little on two key SUITATIONS

    #1. How old was a certain iker casillas when he started manning the goal post for the great Real Madrid FC club and went on to become a great goalkeeper for that club and the Spanish national team winning virtually anything you can mention in world soccer..,.,my people, pls can someone tell me how old he was and what level of experience he had then?????
    There are so many names to mention but I believe I have made my point on this scenario.

    #2…I will also start this with a question?
    Does anyone know a certain buffon gianluigi or petr cech or claudio bravo…,,,???
    Does anyone know these names ????
    ITALY..,,,CZEH ….CHILE ???
    Juventus FC…..Arsenal FC….Manchester city FC????
    If you know these great men….what clubs and country do they play for and which position? ….(see above again)
    They are legendary goalkeepers…currently active in their various clubsides and countries national teams  !!!!!  … Some of the greatest and safest hands in world soccer RIGHT NOW….they have all the experience you can ever imagine in world soccer … These great goalkeeper have won trophies and honours !!!!
    But I am a bit sad to add here that even with their wealth of experience and greatness; they will be watching the FIFA WORLDCUP as spectators instead of participants because their respective countries of which they have actively starred for during their various qualifiers did not qualify for the forth-coming mundial !!!!!!

    So my thought is this….? Why not allow an already retired great man (Vincent) enjoy his club football and enjoy the remaining few years of his career and allow the Uzohos, Ezenwas etc go and be like the Iker of the future for SE !!!

    Well…I go stop here….It is just a suggestion and an advise !!!
    ***I mearnt no DIS-RESPECT of all the names of the great men mentioned above !!! Just drawing up a point to support my thoughts!!! ****

  • Prince 3 years ago

    Experience vs Youth 
    Long-term plan or short-term goal ????

    Francis Uzoho was in goal against 
    – Argentina (Di Maria, Dybala)
    – Polabd (Rob lewandowski)
    – Serbia 
    He did ok….

    Ezenwa was in goal against 
    – Caneroun (vincent aboubakar)
    – Algeria (mahrez riyad)
    – Zambia 
    He did ok

    We also have 
    – Oladele Muniru Ajiboye (a FIFA champion)
    – Dele Sunday Alampasu (another FIFA champion)

    And Ofcourse …Carl Ikeme (Who will be back to full health and fitness by God’s healing grace and divine blessings)

    Hint: long term planning or short-term fuliflment !!!?????

  • Gbenga 3 years ago

    I pity Nigerians,who now “box” over who should man the goal-post in Russia.We will be surprised that he may not be your Uzoho and Ezenwa and the person will perform excellently.I now know why it is difficult to wear the Green-White-Green jersey.Be ready for your career to suffer on-line,by different comments of people,if you make mistakes.I feel sad for people like Yakubu Aiyegbeni and Dan Akpeyi!

  • I genuinely don’t think we should clamour for inviting any new players to any department of the team most especially the goal-keeping department at this late stage.

    The 3 goalkeepers in the team have a mix of experience, youth, capable skills and application.

    Akpeyi, the most versatile of the 3, will have to battle Francis Uzoho (who plays 3rd division football in Spain) and Ikechukwu Ezenwa (who has never played professional football outside Nigeria) for the number 1 slot in the world cup this year.

    Although plagued by some rather unfortunate incidences recently – unfairly blamed for the Super Eagles 0:2 home defeat to South Africa in 2016 by shallow-minded observers; and his misunderstanding of the officials’ signals against Argentina which led to the 1st goal in the 2017 friendly match – Akpeyi remains the most experienced, vast and versatile of the three goalkeepers.

    The ex-Warri Wolves net-minder was a member of the Nigeria national under-20 football team at 2005 FIFA World Youth Championship and has been involved with various age grade and full Nigerian national team squads since then.

    Mercifully, Coach Rohr isn’t narrow minded and can see the qualities of this guy hence he remains an integral member of the team.

  • There’s still a Goal Keeper yet to be tested….but I keep having feelings that Nigeria won’t disappoint. When I remember Nigeria vs Argentina, vs Cameroon…. Something tells me its better the way we under performed against Poland and Serbia, they created rooms for corrections. I don’t know why…but when d time comes, there will be lots of surprises.

  • See the NFF and Mr Rohr already knows those who are Russia bound. Even the teething goalkeeping position. After all we are going to participate as a FIFA fee paying member, but only one country will pick up the trophy. My guess is still one of the regulars. Brazil, Germany, Spain, France, England. So all the fantastic suggestions indicate that we all want our team to do well. If we are told to predict and win N1000 or N100,000 Nigerians know that we cannot wn the World Cup so 99% will predict against Nigeria. The only 1% vote will be Amaju Pinnick and his board plus some diehard Nigerianas but they know they will loss the Money. What we Nigerians are praying for is that the boys should do well. By doing well we mean qualify from the group stage and try to reach the quarter finals. If you loss at all, loss fighting like a Nigerian. We don’t want to hear anything like 5-0, 0-7 unless they are for us. So my take on this subject is leave Vincent Enyeama out and go with the goalkeepers we having been using. Ezenwa, Uzoho, Agbeye.

    • @Djeniko. This is actually a very pessimistic post that pretends to be giving a fair-minded practical suggestion to resolving our goalkeeping dilemma. I have no problem with your final suggestion that we should take the keepers we already have to the WC, but the foregoing statements are distortions and your assertions are demotivating and frankly wrong. First, England is not a regular at winning the WC. How many times has she won it? In any case, how do you know that the trophy will only be won by ONLY the REGULAR countries?

      I am worried because this manner of thinking has stultified Nigerian football for ages. The previous pessimistic presidents and boards go into competitions with the mindsets of ‘mere participants’, and true-to-type, achieve nothing. Amajulu and the present board are different, and you see the waves they are creating. But hear you sniffing at their efforts: “The only 1% vote will be Amaju Pinnick and his board plus some diehard Nigerians but they know they will loss the Money.” Don’
      t take us back. Keep your pessimism to yourself. Fear of achieving has sentenced many to a life of penury: students wont attempt JAMB exams; businessmen/women won’t start new businesses; farmers won’t farm. Don’t sell such discouraging attitude in this site. If the SuperEagles does not hope to win the WC what is the rationale spending scarce tax payers money to send players to the competition?.
      As for Enyeama, I don’t think he will return to the SE. He had said so himself. The events that led to his premature withdrawal (not what you are thinking about!) from the team were very unpleasant and no genuine efforts were made to douse the dishonorable treatment. The coaches have their jobs. Select players, prepare the team and lets go win the WC!

      • Prince 3 years ago

        I salute you !
        I Duff my hat !!
        Remain great as always !!!

  • Ayewoh Ikponmwosa 3 years ago

    I have taken a retrospect into the past and concluded that we had goalkeepers in the past who trained together during international game and formed that closeness to the extent that anyone of them can man the post for Nigeria anytime they are called upon.In the 80’s we had Best Oghedegbe,Emmanuel Okala and Patrick Okala.In the 90’s we had Reymond Kings,Peter Rufia,Wilfred Agbonavbare,Alloy Agu and David Ngodiga.In the late 90’s we had problem because of the accident to Joseph Dosu and the lost of form of Emmanuel Okonedo,So we were left with Abiodun Baruwa,Emmanuel Babayaro,and Ike Shoromu.Ike Shoromu got injured that was why the need to recall Peter Rufia.Its not because Peter Rufia was recalled that made us lost to Denmark but because of the many challenges we had: (1).some Players were sellected to the world cup in 1998 with injuries example Daniel Amoakachi.(2).A new foreign coach was employed to thinker the team to the world cup and none of the goalkeepers prior to the qualifiers had been consistent in the team except Joseph Dosu who was involved in an auto-car accident.
    In the early 2000 we had Ike Shoromu,Austin Ejide and Vincent Enyeama.Immediately Ike Shoromu retired we had so many inconsistent researve goalkeepers who were invited during international matches.Austin Ejide,Dele Aiyenugba,Chigozie Agbim,but only Enyeama was consistently used.Until he was forced into international retirement because of a misunderstanding with the coach.Carl Ikeme came into the picture,during the era of Ikeme we had new keepers like Alampasu and Ezinwa who did not stay long with Ikeme to gather enough experience that should help have help them in addition to our missing out in the last two editions of the AFCON. Enyeama coming back to the team if fully fit will help the young keepers gather experiences that will help the keepers become good and excellent goalkeepers for the future.

    • Prince 3 years ago

      Bros …I greet you!!

    • @Ayewoh, you mentioned some truly hardworking goalkeepers in your piece there and I find it hard to disagree with you.

      The only name conspicuous in its absence in your piece is Daniel Akpeyi.

      Akpeyi has turned out some very decent performance for Nigeria.

      Remember the match against Egypt in 2006 when he made some fantastic saves against Mohammed Salah and co?

      Remember a friendly match against South Africa that he saved a penalty?

      Unfortunately, people choose to take a tunnel vision approach and only remember negatives.

      Of the 3 goalkeepers in the camp at the moment, he is playing at the highest level and is highly rated by fans, journalists and other stakeholders of South African football, shame the same cannot be said of his fellow Nigerians.

      To start with 3rd division player Uzoho or home based Ezenwa in goal at the world cup at the expense of an experienced Akpeyi may turn out to be an unwise move.

      Having said that, what do I know?

      • Prince 3 years ago

        You said it all.
        We have always look to negativity ! And it really hurt ones confident !!!
        Akpeyi has always be treated so unfairly forgetting that he also human like other super-star goal tenders in world soccer !!

        Let’s receipt on a certain Ivorian goalkeeper who many regards as the weakest link to the star-studded Ivorian national team he stars in !!

        He was always the man that takes the chunk of the blames whenever the National team is defeated or lost an important match !

        In 2015….Boubacar “Copa” Barry Was a hero…and the world witnessed it !!!

  • Djeniko 3 years ago

    @Achi, I salute you but I want you to re-read your comments, taped, and listen to yourself. Nigerians are not market women you just walk to and tell them stories and they swallow it whole. What you are telling readers is that we cannot reason for ourselves. If we are Brazilians, our mentality will not be ‘we can win cup’ but ‘we are bringing the cup’ because they are regular winners since the inception of the WC!!!! They have being bringing the cup many times to their country. Same mentality will be operating in the minds of the Germans!! Unfortunately Italy is not going to be there but till tomorrow they will be having that mentality that they will bring the WC anytime they participate. If it is AFCON or Olympics, yes we can beat our chest that we will bring the cup. As for the WC, I am only being REALISTIC my dear. Step by step. Qualify from the group stage into the round of 16 and fight to beat our former ‘record’ by qualifying for the quarter finals. Wetin @Achi!!!!! We will be very happy o if win the WC but don’t you think setting such a target look too illiterate? Such a person is so devoid of football knowledge and understanding. You know most housewives hate football so much. But anytime they just manage to watch it with their husband and Eagles are lossing, they will make the statement ‘Nigeria no know how to play’ but you the knowledgeable one knows she does not know anything about football so you don’t take her statement as anything. I guess you are not like our housewives. I am only joking @Achi. I have read about your comments severally and they are incitive but on this matter of setting the target so high, you are off the target. Lol

  • I want to know where it written dat only de presence of enyeama at de post dat wil limitate nigeria from concede goals, or if enyeama is monster dat scared away strikers, why didnt he use it against argentina’ france’ iran?

  • Ayewoh Ikponmwosa 3 years ago

    If Enyeama is in goal for Nigeria in the world cup he will organise the defence line through constant communication with the back four and in turn psychologically the defence and midfield be at their best.The game against Poland and Serbia in our international friendlies last month.We had two problem,(1) someone to link the forward from the midfield which Mikel Obi has been doing lately.(2) The one to help organise the defence.In the past the organiser of defence had been Christian Chukwu in the early 80’s,Stephen Keshi and Peter Rufia in the early 90’s,before Uche Okechukwu too that responsibility later it became the duty of Ike Shoromu and Taribo West before Enyeama and Joseph Yobo.For now the Oyinbo walls ( Troost Ekong and Leon Balogun ) are yet to stamp their authority in the team to organise the defence line.Ekong tried in some occasions but at times he was caught out of positions by opposite attackers.So the team needs either an Enyeama,Ejide or Carl Ikeme, who has done it in so many occasions.Lets remove Ikeme out of it we’re left with either Enyeama or Ejide who must come back to the team to teach the present players how to organise the backline for the future super eagles.Enyeama cannot be at the next nations cup and olympic but he has so much to leave as experience and impact on the keepers and defence.Enyeama can forsee a good counter attack moment and initiate it, that is, from him to the attack and into the nets.Such moves becomes and added advantage to the team which Vincent Enyeama is good at.

  • Prince 3 years ago

    My people; pls I beg you all…Let’s no trade insults or annoy one another with negative abuses.
    This is a forum for the mature-minded persons and we should try and listen and possibly learn from our respective views. If you must make the other brother agree with your ideas, back it up with a convincing fact or advice!!!….REMEMBER THAT THE REST OF THE WORLD IS ALSO READING WITH KEEN INTEREST.
    Our respective personal suggestions, ideas or expressions shows to the world, our state of well-being and status !!!
    Pls…I dey beg!

    So with that aside; I want to state here that the only reason I have strongly opted against Sir Vincent coming back to be a goalkeeper for the SE team is this……VINCENT IS A HERO, AN ALREADY-MADE LEGEND AND ONE OF AFRICAN GREATEST !!!
    He left the scene when the ovation is at the loudest !!!

    With his current status, it is so insulting for anyone to start luring him to come out of retirement and be in goal for the SE in the forth-coming FIFA World Cup !!
    I feel we are using his immense qualities to the most minimum way ever !

    My brothers, this is a Man that we should have being begging to come and start coaching, motivating and putting the current likes of Ezenwas, Akpeyis, Uzohos etc thru technical and composure trainings for the World Cup !!!
    Vincent, in my imagination right now should be a player-coach and NOT THE PLAYER himself because he has gone passed that status and level.
    He is an enigma and should be in SE camp to motivate our talented young goalkeepers !!!
    That’s what we should we clamouring for !!!

    The men I saw in the likes of Vincent and Obagol Martins are for them to come into the team and take the younger guys thru some experience and technicals which made them outstanding in their respective “goalkeeping” and “striking” career positions …. instead of clamouring for them to come and compete for a place in the team….that’s a big insult to their valuable and immense talents !!!

    I hope someone can actually see where my thoughts are directing towards now.
    I no talk again ooo


  • Prince 3 years ago

    I would love to share a vision with the NFF if they are reading our comments on this great platform.
    It will be a great development and awesome initiative if past legends are giving this special and unique task.

    – If only someone like kanu will be told to take the task of visiting our up-coming young strikers (kayode, Kelechi, Oshimen, Onyekuru, etc)….I bet you, there will be value added to their performance. Because Kanu is someone they must have watched on TV when he was messing defenders up in club and country jerseys! Any young player will be in cloud 90 to have a legend of his country visit him at his club base
    – How about someone like Taribo or Ikechukwu Uche having a tour with our various up-coming young defenders…visiting them at club base, watch them train, star at league matches and giving them peep motivational talks (one-on-one) 
    – Jay-Jay Okocha doing the same with our attacking mid-fielders. If I’m a Nigerian mid-field player and Jay Jay pays me a visit at my club…by the next year, I will win the CAF player of the year and the Ballon D’or because my motivation go enter another gear !!! lol
    – Vincent doing same with our very many talents young promising goal-keepers. We can’t take it away from Vincent, he is not just one of the best goalkeeper to come of Africa..he is a FIFA Great !!!

    Do you know how a certain Neymar felt when Pele paid him a visit in camp on his first calli-up to the national team ?
    How about Maradona visit to messi at his club after he won the U-20 and personally assure him that he (messi) will do greater things than him (Maradona) when he become a full national with the senior side!!!! I bet you, before that visit, the Spanish national team might have being trying to lure messi to star for them instead of his motherland !!!
    How about a certain Oliver Kahn visit to the current German safe hand, Manuel Peter Neuer !!!
    Or Thierry Henry close visits and monitor on French youngster, Kylian Mbappé and assuring him of becoming a future ballon D’or !!!
    Do you know the level of confidence and the zeal to excel that the visit of Baba Roger Milla did to the young Samuel Etoo at his first call-up to the camp !!!!

    If you are a young Portuguese striker plying your trade in the domestic league and you are doing so well and then one day, you are about to be introduced into a match and your coach tells you; “son, guess who are around to watch you play today…it is Luis Figo and CR7 !!!….I bet you, that young striker will be so motivated to give out his best, even if there is immense pressure that day….and henceforth that will continuously move him to strive and to up his game because he will feel important that legends are having a look at him !!!

    Well..make I stop here.
    I don talk finish ooo

  • I am one of those clamouring for the return of Enyeama. In doing so, I am not castigating or belittling our current goaltenders. Rather, it’s because I saw a lack in the way teams are prepared for major tournaments. That lack came to the fore in our last 2 friendly matches. WHAT IS THAT LACK?
    Every serious team has departmental leaders who lead others. The present team has leaders like VICTOR MOSES (ATTACK), MIKEL OBI (MID FIELD), LEON BALOGUN (DEFENCE) but none among the goal keeper. We suppose to have a chain of succession after Enyeama’s shock retirement. Austin Ejide or Dele Aiyenugba should have succeeded him but we chose to close the door of national team against them even when they are still performing at their various clubs. While managing the crisis, Ikeme came to the rescue but was short lived because of ailment. This left us with no choice than to try and solve this problem. This problem is not only about WORLD CUP but for future also. Our present goal keepers need experienced companion to learn from. Therefore, I believe we should do one of these:
    *RECALL ENYEAMA OR DELE AIYENUGBA OR AUSTIN EJIDE to act as leader and or coach players to the likes of Akpeyi, Ezenwa, Uzoho et al.

  • Ayewoh Ikponmwosa 3 years ago

    @Bekee I am happy you are getting my position on the matter.I was at the stadium when Nigeria defeated Algeria 3-1 on the road to Russia during the World Cup qualifier at Uyo in 2016.You needed to see how fans behind Daniel Akpeyi were always cautioning him from the stands on poor positioning which was a sorry sight to behold.Yes we won but fans will tell you they were alway afraid whenever we were on the receiving end.He lacks that communication between him and the defence,but for Troost Ekong and Leon Balogun they strucked good communication and understanding which no doubt was what counted for us.In Uzoho we had a keeper with good positioning but still unable to dish out instructions to his defenders which resulted to his inability to keep a clean sheet against Serbia.I am of the opinion that Enyeama’s presence in the squad will make Uzoho if called upon to man the post to be at his best just like he did last december when we play Argentina when he replaced Akpeyi in the second half.The performance of Uzoho that day still remains his best so far I have seen of him.I have seen teams to the world cup who used their researve keepers and went all the way to the semifinals in past world cups.In as much as Enyeama is in the team and you start for instance Uzoho in the match against Croacia I believe it will motivate Uzoho to give his best and trust Vincent he’ll chip in one or two tips for Francis to add as experiences.I am saying this because those days while I played for my school team as a goalkeeper my best games had been when I was started ahead of the first choice goalkeeper.When the first choice graduated I became the first choice.When I was close to graduating from school the second choice was also used while in most games I was on the bench.Not because I wasn’t good but for exposure,experience and continuity in the system.We had notable goalkeepers like Wilfred Agbonavbare, and Emmanuel Okonobo aka Maleke who I was a researve to before he graduated from school.My school was Edokpolo Grammar School in Benin City known to have produce great footballers in the past.We had players like Ndubisi Okosieme,Late Omale of blessed memory,he died in a plane crash while on a continental game for Iwanyanwu Nationale,Yakubu Aiyegbeni,Wilson Oboh,etc.I believe in the presence of first choice goalkeeper for second choice to be at his best…I rest my case.

  • Chimdirim David 3 years ago

    This is world cup for crying out loud and it should not be an avenue for young lads to develop. In my own humble opinion, i would suggest a wc call up for #ENYEAMA. Which goalkeeper are we really taking to the WC? #UZOHO and #EZENWA? Impossible.
    Gianlluigi Donnarunma is a very young talented goallie, at 19, he’s the first chioce for AC Milan but come for international duty, its always #BUFFON why because most times experience matters a lot. Thank you.

  • Onimsi 3 years ago

    Sweden might take the already retired zlatan Ibrahimovic, who wasn’t there during qualification to the world cup. It wouldn’t go well with some fans and players. But the coach has the final say, whatever you say here wouldn’t change anything