Former Super Eagles goalkeeper, Vincent Enyeama, who resigned from the National team after his clash with former coach, Sunday Oliseh, in 2015, has hinted of a possible return to the National team.
The 37-year-old ex-national team captain had said, in an interview with Brila FM on Friday Sept. 13, that he was ready to return to the national team should the country call for his service again.
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“I cannot say no to Nigeria, that’s the truth. If Nigeria tells me today ‘Vincent, we have goalkeeping problem; we need you’, I will be there. I can’t say no” he said
The former Lille goalkeeper also said that since his retirement, no one from the NFF has reached out to ask him to overturn his decision and return to the Eagles.
“Since I left Nigerian football in 2015, no one has contacted me.” he said
Enyeama has been without a club since August 2018 when his contract with French side Lille was terminated by mutual consent but had a failed trial with another Ligue 1 outfit, Dijon, two months ago.
The former goalkeeper of Eyinmba FC of Aba won the 2013 AFCON with the Super Eagles in South Africa.