Emenike quits Eagles
Emmanuel Emenike has announced that he will no longer play for the Nigeria national team again.
The Super Eagles striker took to social media on Monday night and wrote on his Instagram page that he will not be pulling on the green and white strips again.
“After five great years, I am happy to announce that I have put full-stop to my National The Kano Golf Club have announced that all arrangements have been concluded to successfully host the third edition of the Gongoni Open Golf Tournament scheduled for October 24 to 25, 2015.
Captain of the club, Babangida Umar team career for the sake of national peace.
“It’s a pleasure for me to have played for this great country. I never regretted it and I think it’s the best time to end it. Millions thanks to all the fans who have been very supportive during the good and bad times.
“I am very proud of my performance, I am proud of my team mates and I am very proud of the nation called Gantsa, in a statement made available to newsmen in Kano yesterday, said about 200 amateur golfers from various golf clubs across the country are expected to contest for laurels at the 36 holes tournament during the scheduled two days tournament.
“About 200 amateur golfers from different golf clubs in the country ‘Nigeria’.
“My Afcon gold medal is a sign of great achievement, my Afcon top scorer award speaks a lot about my commitment and dedication to the team.
“Super Eagles is a camp not a family house, and it shouldn’t be a threat zone for any individual. I have done according to our national anthem.
“All my dreams came true in are expected to participate in the 3rd Gongoni Open Golf Tournament championship, and this number of expected participants is a positive indicator to us that shows signs of positive improvement as well as positive expectation of a successful conduct of the tournament,” Gantsa said. the national team, I dreamt to win Nations Cup for Nigeria after 20 years, I dreamt to play at the World Cup as well as to make a name for myself.
“In the space of five years, I got them. I’m a winner!
“For every disappointing fans, maybe due to my inability to re-establish my goal scoring instinct for Super Eagles, I will like to say I’m sorry but the ones I had scored counted well for the team.
“As long as Nigeria remains, you and I will always remember the name ‘Emenike’.
“Finally, I am happy to make a bow and continue supporting the team every time. Up Eagles, God Bless Nigeria,” the forward wrote.
The 28-year-old earned his first Nigeria cap in 2011 and scored nine goals for the Super Eagles.