Stripped Super Eagles captain Vincent Enyeama has vowed not walk out on Nigeria, but will take a decision on his international future after a meeting with the leadership of the country’s football in the coming days.
Enyeama had a major altercation with Super Eagles coach Sunday Oliseh after Ahmed Musa was named the team’s new captain ahead of the Lille goalkeeper.
“I won’t walk out on Nigeria, but I won’t be treated like a beggar especially after what I have done for this country and Nigeria has always been there for me,” Enyeama said on a radio interview with Brila FM on Thursday morning.
“I’m still available to play for Nigeria. I’m a Nigerian, I play for Nigeria, not for anybody or a group of people.
“The captaincy of the team is not a problem for me, but there should have been a better way of settling this.
“The coach says he doesn’t want me in his team. I was castigated and embarrassed.
“But the NFF president has ordered me to stay in camp. I will meet with him and then take a decision.”
A deeply hurt Enyeama said he respects Oliseh, but would not enter a private meeting with the coach.