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Oliseh: Enyeama is no longer Eagles captain

07 October 2015, 16:49

Brussels - Vincent Enyeama is no longer the Super Eagles captain, News24 can report.

CSKA Moscow of Russia attacker, Ahmed Musa has now been appointed the Super Eagles captain on a regular basis.

Confirming this is Super Eagles coach, Sunday Oliseh, who spoke on Brila FM on Wednesday morning, and said Enyeama will no longer be captain, and will be replaced by Musa.

Also read: Ikeme: I won’t be like Enyeama

"Ahmed Musa is the captain we want, he can lead from the front and not retiring soon. We have a philosophy and working in that line," Oliseh said.

"We are not here to build stars, we're building a team. There’s no talk of conforming, if you can't work with it, you can leave."

There was tension in the team's camp on Tuesday, when Enyeama and Oliseh almost came to blows following disagreements over the team's captaincy.

It was learnt that Enyeama, on arriving the team's camp in Belgium ahead of the friendly games against Congo and Cameroon, was told he was no longer team captain, a development which got Enyeama furious.

An argument ensued between both men, and the goalkeeper was asked to leave the hotel, but the situation was seemingly brought under control eventually, with Enyeama remaining in camp.

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