You leave as a hero – Enyeama’s wife back his decision to quit Super Eagles

Wife of former Super Eagles goalkeeper, Promise Enyeama, has
taken to Instagram to support her husband, after he announced his
decision to quit international football on Thursday.
Vincent had a bust-up with coach Sunday Oliseh this week, after
he arrived at the Eagles camp in Belgium.
The Lille shot-stopper was permitted to report late, following the
burial of his late mother in Akwa Ibom. When he tried to explain
during dinner, Oliseh reportedly ordered him to sit down.
There was an exchange of words and Oliseh called security
officials to throw him out.
Although the NFF intervened in the situation and Enyeama stayed
back, he has now decided to quit international football.
Promise, while reacting to her husband’s decision wrote: “Yes!
You did well! Hold your head up high my love! I’m so proud of
you and your dedicated service to your fatherland for 13 good
”I have witnessed your passion and commitment firsthand. You
spent sleepless nights just to analyze every goal you conceded,
even if there was nothing you could do to save them. You played
through injuries, pains and fatigue. You took the bullets of unjust
criticisms, biased and false reporting/information, just to let peace
”You missed important family moments to honor national call-
ups. Thank God for the opportunity/privilege to serve the nation.
Thank God for the strength/skill to carry out your duties.
”Thank God for all the memories ( good and bad). You leave as a
hero. You bow out as a legend. Our children, grandchildren and
future generations will hear and speak of your great deeds. God
bless you my husband. God bless Nigeria.” she wrote


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