Brussels - Embattled Super Eagles goalkeeper Vincent Enyeama
has hinted he is set to finally quit the team immediately after the friendly
matches against Congo and Cameroon.
The 33-year old has been stripped of the captaincy of the
team after falling out with coach Sunday Oliseh, and while insisting he will be
available for selection, Enyeama however says he could also leave any minute.
Also read: Oliseh: Enyeama is no longer Eagles captain
"I am still a part of the team for now," Enyeama
told Brila FM on Thursday.
"I don't know what will happen in the next minute. I
already have a decision that can be activated any minute.
The now former captain goes on to say he will not walk away
on Nigeria when asked if he had decided to call it quits with the national
"I will not walk away on Nigeria," he says.
"That's one thing Nigerians have to know, I will not walk away from them.
"But at the same time, I would not want to be treated
like a beggar after 13 years of service.
"After serving Nigeria for so long, I wouldn't want to
be treated like a beggar like someone who's just been invited to the team and I
would have appreciated it if I was treated a bit better," he states.
The Lille of France goalkeeper lost his captaincy to Ahmed
Musa, after Oliseh said he wanted 'a player who isn't thinking of retirement',
explaining his decision to remove the armband from Enyeama.For
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