TRENDING Enyeama quits international football…>>
Nigerian Super Eagles’ first choice goealkeeper, Vincent Enyeama said he has retired from international football. Enyeama whose brilliant saves saw Nigeria winning the AFCON nations cup in 2013 made his decision to retire known on his instagram page. His retirement is coming after he was removed from the captainship of the Super Eagles by the chief coach, Sunday Oliseh recently. Oliseh removed him after a row with the goalkeeper.
A daily, @vanguardngrnews tweeted a response from Oliseh on this Thursday. “I want a captain who is disciplined. Who can motivate other players” -Oliseh to Enyeama
This disclosure got a lot of netizens reacting as to why he quit. While some have taken it in good faith, others express shock; yet some have been indifferent to the happening.
Yakzoolo Ramadan posted a question: “Was he playing because of the captainship or out of patriotism?” The netizen bade him farewell in his words: “We wish him all the best and pray for his better replacement for Super Eagle.”
A netizen, Jovial Abraham simply posted: “Bye bye” on Facebook just another, Jacob Anthony said its an “Old story.”
In what seem not to clearly express his thoughts, Muhammad Shuaibu Al Kasim told Enyeama “Better for you.”
A cross section of Nigerians must have felt bad to hear this. A netizen identified as Nezianya Francis said, “This is a bad news.”
And on Twitter, JJ. Omojuwa @Omojuwa tweeted: “Vincent Enyeama will always have my respect. I don’t know what went down in camp so can’t pass judgment but he’ll always have my respect.”
Another football fan, Colin @ColinUdoh thanked Enyeama in a tweet: “I’m still on the phone with Enyeama. He’s on his way home to France. At this point, all I can say is #ThankYouEnyeama