Enyimba 5-1 Rayon Sport: A day it all went according to plan

Good morning Guys. There was a period in that game yesterday when five or six Rayon Sport players were dancing on the touchline. They had just done the impossible - they had just scored against Afelokhai. They had just gotten that away goal they needed to secure this tie. They should have waited. They should … Continue reading Enyimba 5-1 Rayon Sport: A day it all went according to plan

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Let’s make some history: Enyimba v Rayon Sport

Good morning Guys! How do I write this match preview? I have no idea. But have I written an Enyimba quarterfinal match preview on this blog before? To be honest guys, I don't know what to write. Thankfully my friend Kunle Fayiga NOM (lol) had already got something done. So how about copying and pasting … Continue reading Let’s make some history: Enyimba v Rayon Sport

Enyimba v Rayon Sport: Reactions

Sunday's game can't come soon enough. And expectedly, everything on the blog right now should be thoughts on "our most important game" of the season. I know we've used that line before but as we progress in this competition, every next game becomes "our most important game" of the season. So in response to Thursday's … Continue reading Enyimba v Rayon Sport: Reactions

Aiteo Cup Group draws.

Good morning All. The Groups for the Aiteo Cup has been released with Enyimba among the quartet in Group A. The Group A venue is the Patani Stadium in Gombe State and the other teams that make up the Group include Plateau United, Katsina United and lower league side, J Atete. The LMC tweeted yesterday, … Continue reading Aiteo Cup Group draws.

Corner-kick: Enyimba v Rayon Sport, Are we handicapped already heading into this one?

The general feeling so far seems to be that our goalless draw in Rwanda last weekend was the perfect result, and sets us up well for the return leg. I'm perhaps in the minority when I say it is not a very good result, and we would do well not to be complacent. Firsr of … Continue reading Corner-kick: Enyimba v Rayon Sport, Are we handicapped already heading into this one?

Enyimba v Dynamite Force; Showdown in Nnewi

Good morning Guys. So last Sunday I claimed no one reads my match previews and the response I got from twitter told me how wrong I was. So yea I dropped the ball last Sunday, I'm trying not to make the mistake again. So here is your match preview for our Aiteo Cup clash with … Continue reading Enyimba v Dynamite Force; Showdown in Nnewi

We sail into the next round. Enyimba 2-0 Dynamite Force

Good morning Guys. We are in the last 16 of the Aiteo Cup after we put a resilient Dynamite Force FC side to the sword in Nnewi. Goals by Chinedu Udeagha and Stephen Chukwude handed us the victory as we marched into the next round. First of all, i would like to say to make … Continue reading We sail into the next round. Enyimba 2-0 Dynamite Force

The little things are really all that matter

Ill like to tell you a story today. It may or may not be related to Football. I do however hope that you're able to learn a thing or two off it. Meanwhile I'm not sure what the title of this post will be; I usually write all of the blog before I give it … Continue reading The little things are really all that matter

Three things: Rayon 0-0 Enyimba:

Good morning Brethren, The lads played out a goalless draw with Rayon Sport in Kigali yesterday as both teams sought a semifinals ticket in the ongoing CAF Confederations Cup. Here's my three things from that fixture. 1. Not a bad result but are we capable of better? Failing to concede away from home in this … Continue reading Three things: Rayon 0-0 Enyimba:

A very unwelcome distraction; Mfon Udoh and Enyimba

This post wasn't the surprise we promised yesterday. Far from it. But with the events of the past 24 hours or thereabout, we'll have to air our views on the situation. Just Incase you're still chin-scratching as to what I'm talking about, I'll break it down. First of all, someone would say, "Don't stir up … Continue reading A very unwelcome distraction; Mfon Udoh and Enyimba