Ex-Super Eagles goalkeeper Vincent Enyeama
Ex-Super Eagles goalkeeper Vincent Enyeama

Plan by the Nigeria Football Federation, NFF to ban Super Eagles Captain, Vincent Enyeama following his comment on the choice of Ahadu Bello Stadium, Kaduna for the Nations Cup qualifier against Chad last month may have been dropped as NFF top official told Nigerian Saturday Pilot that the football house have pardoned the national team safe hand.
With the development, Enyeama will henceforth continue as the captain of the Super Eagles under the new manager, Sunday Oliseh.
NFF had planned to strip Enyeama of his role as captain of the Super Eagles after he was queried for making unguarded comments about the choice of Kaduna for last month’s Africa Cup of Nations qualifier against Chad which the former African champions won 2-0.
Chairman of the NFF Disciplinary Committee, Christopher Green said that the issue has been settled, and Enyeama will not be fined.
“Enyeama is the captain of the Super Eagles, and he will continue in that capacity.
“The issue has been dealt with administratively, and I can tell you that there is no more problem as Enyeama has been forgiven for his utterances.
“He is eligible to play for the Super Eagles any day and anytime because he does not own us anything.”
Enyeama is now expected to be named in the Super Eagles’ squad that will travel to Dares Salam to face Tanzania in September.
The pardon on Enyeama may not be unconnected with Super Eagles new manager, Sunday Oliseh who promised to look into the problem between the Captain and the egg head in football house.

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