Abuja - Bnei
Yehuda goalkeeper Dele Mathew Aiyenugba has seen his speculated return to the
Nigerian national team as achievable but insisted on given his best to his
newly promoted Israeli team.
Aiyenugba who disclosed this while featuring on a TV program in Ilorin,
ascertained his readiness to represent Nigeria anytime he's invited adding that
his major focus is his club activities.
He said the energy was still there for him to play for his country to reclaim
the loss glories for Nigeria.
"It's a great feeling for me to represent this country and don the
National team colour but one needs to take things cool and face the challenges
ahead," begins the former Enyimba International FC safe hand.
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"I've been there before and now that am not there, I need to take things
calm, football is about chance and time and I think I did my best when I was
given the opportunity, if it come calling again I will still do my best, what
makes a man is the ability to rise again when you are down and glory be to God
because things are working well for me in my club side," he continued.
The former Kwara Stars FC shot stopper who is widely known as a penalty
specialist however called on private and corporate companies to invest and
support Nigerian League for stability and productivity.
"It’s a thing of joy that our league is improving by the day, those in
charge (LMC) have brought a lot of tremendous and positive turn around to it
but they will need the support from big companies to attain better standard and
make it stable for right," Aiyenugba concluded.