Super Eagles captain Vincent Enyeama is not happy with the current situation of Nigerian football at all and he has aired his grievances concerning this matter.
The first choice goalkeeper for the Super Eagles revealed how frustrated he was with the Nigeria Football Federation’s inability get a coach for the national team in a chat with BBC Football.
“I am unhappy at how football is bring run in this country. It is really sad that we are playing games without a coach or playing games with a coach who is not ready to take responsibility. The truth of the whole thing is the whole body is involved, not just the FA, the players or the coaches, I think everything is wrong with Nigerian football. It is so sad that things are going that way and I hope we can sort that.”
Enyeama further stated that his time with the Super Eagles may be coming to an end due to all the problems with the team.
“I think I am on my way out. At some point have to leave. The clock is ticking to midnight. The way things are going are not encouraging. There is no desire to take Nigeria to the top. I’m one that always want to be part of history and Iwanted to be part of people that redirect Nigeria to the right way.
“We succeeded with the AFCON, but we are now back to square one. We have been experimenting and experimenting since I entered the national team. It is really sad,” he lamented.