Emenike quits Ea­gles

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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.

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