The Nigeria Football Federation (NFF), has denied that Vincent Enyeama has been kicked out of the Super Eagles’ camp in Belgium.
Enyeama joined his national teammates in Belgium ahead of the two friendly games against Congo and Cameroon on Thursday and Sunday respectively but Oliseh was angry over the keeper’s late arrival to camp.
Very reliable sources in camp informed Sports Vanguard that players who had been loyal and training religiously under started sowing the apple seed of discord among the players, a situation that Oliseh vowed he would not tolerate.
Enyeama showed up after Monday’s deadline, having been permitted to report late, following the burial of his mother last weekend.
But tempers boiled over as he attempted to apologise to team mates for reporting late to camp when coach Oliseh ordered him to leave the hotel before calling on security officials to haul the goalkeeper out. “Enyeama remains in camp”, the tweet read.
However NFF says the matter has been resolved.
The decision by Coach Oliseh is generating debates as a few say it was wrong to treat Enyeama in such a manner while for others, the Eagles coach has absolute rights to pick whoever he deems fit to lead his team. “There was a little misunderstanding but it has been re- solved and all is well in the camp of the Super Eagles in Belgium”.
With just 52 caps to his name, Musa, 22, has only featured for Nigeria half the number of times as Enyeama who has played 101 times for the country.