Vincent Enyeama Hints at Quitting Super Eagles
Shortly after the painful exit of the Super Eagles from the 2014 World Cup in Brazil, the media centre at the Mane Garrincha Stadium in Brasilia reported that the Coach of the Super Eagles, Stephen Keshi and Captain of his side, Joseph Yobo said they are calling it quit from the team.
But another player who hinted of an exit from the Eagles is Goal keeper Vincent Enyeama, who was still very unhappy about the ouster.
Enyeama obviously disappointed that the team fell out this early kept on saying: “Yes, we played well. But one mistake let us down”.
Reminded that Nigerians would not hold him responsible for the defeat as he was fantastic all tournament, he said: “I would rather have had a rubbish match and we are still in the tournament. I sincerely saw us going as far as the semi-final.”
Hinting at an analysis of his future with the national team, he added: “I will go back and think about a lot of things. Maybe I might decide to give the the younger ones a chance, but I will think about it after I have had a holiday. I have had a lot of fun as a national team player but all good things usually come to an end.”
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