NFF To Rohr – Enyeama Had Problems With Oliseh Not Us, Feel Free To Invite Him

Posted on Apr 20 2017 - 5:33pm by admin
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coach of the tremendous Eagles of Nigeria Gernot Rohr has been entreated by using the Nigeria football Federation (NFF) to call up goalkeeper Vincent Enyeama , who retired from the team in controversial circumstances two years in the past.

Rohr as mentioned by Owngoalnigeria.com mentioned Enyeama has concerns with the NFF, and that’s the reason why he has refused to respond to his call to come to the workforce despite a number of assembly between the duo.

The tremendous Eagles are going through a mini goalkeeper challenge with first option goalkeeper Carl Ikeme battling to be fit for his membership side Wolverhampton Wanderers, the place speculations has it that he may pass over the remainder of the season.

If Ikeme finally ends up lacking the rest of the season, he may not be fit match when Nigeria tackle South Africa in the AFCON 2019 qualifiers on June 10, and Rohr has never been identified to be comfortable with the duo of Daniel Akpeyi and Ikechukwu Ezenwa who are the again up choice to the first possibility goalkeeper.

the chance of Ikeme’s absence forced the train to clear the air on why Lille shot stopper Enyeama is just not back within the workforce, insisting he had issues to kind out with the NFF, a claim which the NFF has now refuted.

NFF Spokesman, Ademola Olajire speaking in Lagos the day past on the other hand stated, Enyeama had issues with former tremendous Eagles show Sunday Oliseh and not the NFF as claimed.

” NFF has by no means had any drawback with Enyeama and i don’t take into account why he made such statement and that the NFF is the only purpose he can’t return to the Eagles. the only difficulty i can consider that lead to his retirement from the group, used to be when he had problems with former instruct Sunday Oliseh. Enyeama or any participant that Rohr must make the Eagles fly is welcomed to the group”, Olajire advised newsmen in Lagos.

Ade Emmanuel

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