Four tough conditions for Enyeama to return to Eagle
November 14th, 2017
Former Super Eagles goalkeeper has been given tough conditions for his return to the Super Eagles ahead of the 2018 World Cup in Russia. According to Super Eagles Media Officer, Toyin Ibitoye, Lille of France keeper has to be fit again, must find a new team when the transfer window reopens in January, play regularly and reverse his decision to quit the Nigeria set-up to stand any chance of earning a recall.
”As for Enyeama, his issue has been on for a long while and coach Gernot Rohr has made it very clear that he’s open to goalkeeper’s return if he rescinds his decision to quit the team and makes himself available for selection.
”He’s presently injured and in rehabilitation but gradually getting back into shape. If he gets back and finds a club, plays regularly for his club and makes himself available for selection, then he would be invited,” Ibitoye was quoted as saying by Complete Sports, who made reference to Channels Television.
”We all know Vincent and his pedigree. He’s world class, one of Africa’s best, has experience from three World Cup tournaments and has won Man of the Match awards in World Cup games. ”So if he’s available, I’m sure the coach will be amenable to inviting him for the World Cup party. All of these is dependent on Vincent rescinding his decision to quit international football.”