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Vincent Enyeama, Former Super Eagles captain and first-choice goalkeeper, has debunked the allegations against him that he rejected the opportunity to join the Super Eagles again in 2018 for the FIFA World Cup in Russia.
Since Carl Ikeme was diagnosed with Leukemia, Nigeria has been having goalkeeping issues, which saw the Super Eagles with no confident and experienced stopper.
This issue gave Coach Gernot Rohr much pressure to call back the former Super Eagles favourite number one despite his retirement from international football in 2015.
All efforts turn to no avail as rumours that the veteran goalkeeper which to remain in his retirement.
However, Enyeama denied the allegations. He said, “since his retirement from international football, I’ve not been communicated.”
“Since I left Nigeria football in 2015, nobody has contacted me. All the things you heard about me turning down the Super Eagles is false, and I just didn’t want to exacerbate it by joining issues with those peddling the story,” he said.