Vincent Enyeama Gives Hint On Returning Back To The Super Eagles

Vincent Enyeama is not ruling out a return to feature for the Super Eagles if he is being called up by Gernot Rohr. The former Lille star hung up his gloves in 2015 after clashing with former Super Eagles handler and ex-national team captain Sunday Oliseh. But the former Enyimba shot-stopper who is currently unattached to a club has

made it clear he would serve Nigeria again if he is called upon.
        I cannot say no to Nigeria, if Nigeria tells me today that there’s a goalkeeping problem and they need me I can’t say no, Enyeama told Brila.net. The 37-year-old played 101 times for three-time African champions and was part of the late Stephen Keshi's side that won the AFCON 2013 title in South Africa. The former Super Eagles captain played in three World Cups for Nigeria including the Korea/Japan 2002, South Africa 2010 and Brazil 2014. He put in a sensational performance against Argentina denying Lionel Messi a goal in the 2010 edition of the soccer fiesta. Enyeama also kept 11 consecutive clean sheets in Ligue 1 during the first half of the 2013-14 season with Lille, but finally conceded a goal after 1,062 minutes of league action against Bordeaux.

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