Vincent Enyeama Expresses Willingness to Return to Super Eagles Setup

Former Nigerian goalkeeper, Vincent Enyeama, has expressed his eagerness to make a comeback to the national team if given the opportunity. Enyeama, who is widely revered as one of Nigeria’s greatest goalkeepers, revealed his willingness to contribute to the Super Eagles’ setup once again.

The 41-year-old shot-stopper, who boasts an impressive record of 101 appearances for the Super Eagles, retired from international football in 2015 amid controversy following a disagreement with then-head coach, Sunday Oliseh.

In a recent interview with Lagos Talks, Enyeama opened up about his readiness to rejoin the national team fold, emphasizing his unwavering commitment to serving his country. Despite not being certified as a goalkeeper coach, Enyeama drew parallels with Zinedine Zidane’s unorthodox path to coaching success at Real Madrid, suggesting that his experience could be valuable to the team.

Enyeama expressed his readiness to heed the call if the Nigerian Football Federation (NFF) extends an invitation for him to contribute to the Super Eagles setup. He reiterated his loyalty to Nigeria, stating that he could never turn down an opportunity to represent his country on the international stage.

Reflecting on his illustrious career in Europe, Enyeama expressed confidence in his ability to make a meaningful impact if given the chance to return to the national team setup. However, he stressed the importance of receiving an official invitation from the NFF before considering a return.

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