AFCON: Enyeama may join Eagles

Former Super Eagles goalkeeper, Vincent Enyeama, has indicated his possible return to the Nigerian national team with a cryptic online post.

He hinted that he could join the technical crew of the three time AFCON winners when the camp opens on Tuesday (today) in Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates.

Enyeama made the cryptic announcement via Instagram while reacting to a post about the team’s AFCON preparations on the page of the Super Eagles.

The ex-Eagles captain wrote; “Let’s go, See you in camp. Time for business.”

Meanwhile, Enyeama recently spoke about how he was poorly treated by the Nigeria Football Federation, leading to his retirement from the team.

The former Lille goalkeeper said he was deeply hurt by the treatment he received for the national team but has moved on from holding any grudges.

The 42-year-old said in an interview with HotSports; “Sincerely, I have not been following Nigerian football right from the day I left. With due respect, I was treated like a piece of used material, so I put up a block between me and the national team.

“It is now that I am beginning to follow what is going on but I put a stop to watching football or watching the national team. I was deeply hurt but now I am really at ease. I have moved, I’ve changed chapters, I’ve changed the page.

“This is it, I can’t say much about the national team and the goalkeeping and all of that because I am not watching them.”

Enyeama made his debut for Nigeria in 2002 and went on to make 101 appearances for the national team. He won the 2013 Africa Cup of Nations under late coach, Stephen Keshi.