Corner-kick: our very packed preseason schedule

All around the country, clubs have begun their preseason preparations. When does the league actually resume? Nobody can say for certain. We continue to observe. But let's look at the actual preparation. What does it entail? Is it needful for our purposes? We live in a culture where it is acceptable to state the reason … Continue reading Corner-kick: our very packed preseason schedule

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Striker Sunday Adetunji leaves Enyimba

Good morning Guys, So we didn't have a blogpost yesterday. I'm sorry. If you wanna hear the story, I'll gladly oblige you. So my lady had a flight scheduled for 6pm. The airline said mechanical faults mean it will be rescheduled for 9:45pm. Then 5:45am. Finally, that flight took off 12noon the next day. And … Continue reading Striker Sunday Adetunji leaves Enyimba

Rumor mill: Enyimba transfer stories

Good morning Guys, So today I'm gonna write on the transfer stories making headlines all over the place. Our League isn't there yet tho, where you'd hear of more concrete transfer gists involving transfers, amounts and duration of contracts. But today, we'd just talk about these rumors. First of all, there's a story on goal.com … Continue reading Rumor mill: Enyimba transfer stories

Mfon Udoh speaks!

Good morning Guys and welcome to a brand new week. While thinking of what to share today, I stumbled upon a piece of information that I doubt a lot of you have seen. It's the theme of this blog today and I'll give the credit where it is due. It's courtesy of the guardian. Below. … Continue reading Mfon Udoh speaks!

Not sure about you but as an Enyimba fan, this gives me cause to be concerned

Good morning Guys. I'm not sure how long this will be. It might as well be two paragraphs because I'm not sure how much I can let out here. Or it could turn an epistle and I rant till I fall off back asleep. But as a true Aba born and raised, it does seem … Continue reading Not sure about you but as an Enyimba fan, this gives me cause to be concerned

CAF Champions League Final: Lessons from North Africa

Good morning The city of Rades in Tunisia have been agog since referee Bamlak Tessema Weyesa blew the final whistle last night in a heated CAF Champions League final encounter between two North African sides, Al Ahly Sporting Club and eventual winners, Esperance Sportive de Tunis. The first leg was marred by poor officiating as … Continue reading CAF Champions League Final: Lessons from North Africa

Dimgba deal: to sign or not to

Good morning Guys. It's a super super short post today. I promise. I mean, I literally have ten minutes to do this. So iff yoou seee anny mistakees on this bloog todday, bblame it oon meee. Thanksss. So first things first. Yesterday we tweeted that Stanley Dimgba has signed a new deal at Enyimba. Ermmm … Continue reading Dimgba deal: to sign or not to

Ab’dallah: The burden of being Enyimba’s Head Coach

While there is still no word from the club via any of its official channels, we now have word from the horse's mouth. Usman Abd'allah has been given a new one-year contract, and will stay on as coach of Enyimba. First things first: this is very richly deserved. He stepped into the breach to remedy … Continue reading Ab’dallah: The burden of being Enyimba’s Head Coach

New info emerges on Ab’dallah’s new contract

Good morning Family. Quick start. So while looking through at our stats from yesterday, we saw visits from such countries as Germany, Spain and Brazil among others. Like some World Cup, isn't it? Well, I do hope though, that it would be Professional clubs interested In signing some of our lads. I know what you're … Continue reading New info emerges on Ab’dallah’s new contract

Afelokhai in the news again: the Good and the not so good…

Good morning Brethren. Today, this Tuesday is probably gonna be my longest day ever. I've got back to back engagements from 10am to 10pm. So I'm gonna jinx this post by saying it would be a short one. Hopefully it will be. If not, it's still ok. Theophilus Afelokhai is in the news again. Actually … Continue reading Afelokhai in the news again: the Good and the not so good…