Vincent Enyeama’s Wife Talks About His Decision To Retire From Super Eagles

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Vincent Enyeama’s wife, Promise took to instagram to speak on her man quitting the national team

“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 years. 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 reign.
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

Source: LIB

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6 COMMENTS

  1. Great woman. I love his decision too though it hurts. Nobody has the right to disrespect my feeling for my family dead or alive.

  2. Yea nice I do agreed and support your husband for his retirement for the national team he is indeed a legend and a hero,even do it was very painful,he is leaving,Nigeria will no that they are missing one of the best gaol keeper in the word,African number best goat keeper,a strong motivator,a keeper with so much passion and love for his team and a God fearing person,I wish to see you again legend God bless

  3. #BringBackEnyeama…….Pls let’s do well to make dis trend on all social media platforms atleast to see wat we can do to bring our man back

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