Over the Eagles stories to watch, Vincent Enyeama revealed why he stopped following Nigerian football for many years due to the heavy and unfair treatment in his exit from the national team.
When responding to a question about the current state of the Super Eagles goalkeeping department, Enyeama stated that he has not been following Super Eagles games injured.
“I have not followed the law of Nigeria since the day I left the national team; being saved, I was treated like a used material. So I put a block between me and the national team.” That Lille shot-estimator told Hotsportsng.
“It is now that I start to follow what is going on, but I have to stop watching the national team because I am very sad.
I changed heads and changed. I can’t say much about the national team or the goalkeeping position because I don’t watch them.”
Speaking earlier in the interview, Enyeama said winning the AFCON in 2013 and winning consecutive titles with Enyimba were some of the most memorable moments of his career.
“I can’t single out a memorable moment, but winning the AFCON in 2013 remains one of the best moments, as I won on the continent with Enyimba in 2003 and 2004.” I’ve had other memorable moments in my career,” he said