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Enyeama claims Oliseh told him he’s no longer needed

08 October 2015, 11:06

Brussels - Vincent Enyeama has claimed he has been told by Super Eagles coach Sunday Oliseh that he is no longer needed in the team, as the crisis in the team rages on.

Oliseh had tried to explain his reasons for stripping Enyeama of the team's captaincy, saying "I want a captain who is disciplined. A leader who can motivate other players. A player who comes to camp early. I want a young player not a retiring player as captain. And Ahmed Musa is that player. He is my captain.’’

Also read: Devastated Enyeama fights back

And the 33-year old goalkeeper claims he is no longer wanted in the team.

"The coach says he doesn't need me in the team, the coach says he doesn't want me, he says he doesn't know me.

"But he's the coach and Nigerians know i don't want to fight with him. He's really been a great guy, he's a nice guy. When I had issues with the NFF, he supported me, he fought for me.

"So I will not disrespect or fight with him, if he wants me I will work with him and I will be there for him but he has said he doesn't want in his team and he doesn't need me in his team, so that's how it is," Enyeama said.

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