Captain Vincent Enyeama may be leaving on borrowed time in the Nigeria national team after he was initially kicked out of camp on Tuesday by angry Coach Sunday Oliseh.
It was gathered that Enyeama was initially sent packing from the Verviers Hotel of the Eagles after he raised eyebrows on the rationale behind Oliseh sticking with Ahmed Musa as Eagles’ captain despite the return of more senior players like John Obi Mikel.
The query from Enyeama did not go down well with the Eagles gaffer who ordered that the Lille shot stopper to be decamped.
While national team officers have refused to speak officially on what transpired, the NFF through its official twitter handle confirmed that there was some sort of ‘misunderstanding’ but they were quick to add that same as been resolved and Enyeama allowed to stay back in camp.
“It’s true that there was a little misunderstanding in the camp of @NGSuperEagles, but the matter has been resolved. Enyeama remains in camp
Enyeama is yet to feature for Nigeria since the appointment of Oliseh as Coach of the national team.
A month ago, the goalkeeper failed to report to camp in Abuja for the Super Eagles’ Africa Cup of Nations qualifier against Tanzania, only for news to break that he had actually lost his mother; an information Oliseh was initially not privy too.
With the latest altercation, it is yet to be seen if Enyeama will be allowed to be in-between the sticks for either of the upcoming games against Congo and Cameroon.