Brussels - Vincent Enyeama may yet make a dramatic return to
the Super Eagles after he held meetings with the hierarchy of the Nigeria
Football Federation in Brussels on Saturday.
The 33-year old goalkeeper announced his retirement from
international football on Thursday, following disputes with Nigeria coach
Sunday Oliseh over the captaincy of the team.
Also read: Enyeama retires from Super Eagles
But looking to stem the tide, the NFF decided to mediate
between the two men and invited Enyeama to Belgium on Saturday where he
discussed with NFF President, Amaju Pinnick and Vice Presidents, Seyi Akinwunmi
and Shehu Dikko.
It remains unclear how the meeting ended, but multiple
sources have informed News24 that a possible return to the team has been
discussed with Lille of France goalkeeper, who asked for time to reconsider his
decision with his family.
Enyeama also spoke on the phone with embattled coach Sunday Oliseh,
and both men were said to have apologised to each other over the incident. For
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