SPORTS GIST WHAT ENYEAMA SAID ABOUT RETURNING TO SUPER EAGLES By Admin Posted on September 13, 2019 2 min read 0 Share on Facebook Share on Twitter Share on Google+ Share on Reddit Share on Pinterest Share on Linkedin Share on Tumblr Joseph Omoniyi Former Nigerian International, Vincent Enyeama has dropped some revelations about claims surrounding his return to the National senior football team. The former Lille no 1 goalie had been rumoured to be making a return to the Super Eagles shortly before the 2018 World Cup in Russia after football pundits pressurise coach Gernot Rohr to consider recalling him in other to fil the vacuum Carl Ikeme who was sick at that time, was leaving. Speaking on Brilla FM, Enyeama refuted the claim, saying he did not receive any call from anybody since he called it quit from the team. “Since I left Nigeria football in 2015, nobody has contacted me,” he told Brila FM, Friday. “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, noted that he is, however, ready to wear the Nigerian jersey if the team handlers call him up. “I cannot say no to Nigeria,” the 37-year-old added. “If Nigeria tells me today that there’s a goalkeeping problem and they need me, I can’t say no.” He retired unceremoniously from the national team in 2015 following a fallout with then-coach of the three-time African champions Sunday Oliseh.