Super Eagles’ head coach, Sunday Oliseh, said that he is disappointed with the former Nigeria skipper and Lille goalkeeper’s lies.
Oliseh and Vincent Enyeama clashed at a team meeting during which CSKA Moscow forward, Ahmed Musa, was announced as new captain of the Eagles. Oliseh said on a radio interview Friday morning the lies were aimed at assassinating his character, denying Enyeama’s claims that he was thrown out by security agents and that his dead mother was insulted.
“There is a level to how far you can go in character assassination by Enyeama. This is unheard of,” Oliseh said to africanFootball.com.
“I took him to lunch and shared my coaching philosophy with him. He was talking about retirement from the national team), which I didn’t like,” Oliseh added.
“In 2008, he was dropped to second or third goalkeeper because of this and under Sammy (Siasia), he also had problems,” Oliseh said.