Challenging times ahead, Ogunbote must be prepared

Good morning Everyone, The cancelation of the midweek games mean we have a little longer recovery time between Sunday's win, a gruesome trip to Ibrahim Mustapha's village in Maiduguri and recovery time for that too. It's a blessing yes but that doesn't eliminate the challenge facing us the next four match days. Some more light … Continue reading Challenging times ahead, Ogunbote must be prepared

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Mfon Udoh 2-1 Nasarawa United 

Blogs are sweetest and easiest to write after a win. Ask anyone who writes on ThatEnyimbaFan 🙂 On other blogs too I believe. After our fifth game of the season, the table reads- P5 W3 D1 L1 P10. The Gbenga Ogunbote era is looking good so far.  Mfon Udoh delivered the goods yet again, popping … Continue reading Mfon Udoh 2-1 Nasarawa United 

The solid miners are in town: Enyimba vs Nasarawa Preview 

Greetings everyone. We welcome Nasarawa United to the UJ Esuene this evening as yet another match day is upon us.  The midweek result has well and nicely sank in with us and while for many of us, it was a good away point, the gaffer himself takes it on the chin while wishing we took … Continue reading The solid miners are in town: Enyimba vs Nasarawa Preview 

Another look at it all 

Good morning Guys, It's another Friday. This week sped by didn't it? Anyway, we have one more look at that Derby and it's from another angle- thoughts from Chinatu John. His thoughts below.  - Post Matchday seems the easiest time for another blog post and when the Matchday was a derby then it can only … Continue reading Another look at it all 

A Derby of shared spoils and cause for optimism 

Good morning Everyone, The Abia Derby aka Abia Classico saw both teams settle for a point a piece. Yours truly was not in attendance but my future in-law was and yet again he serves us a good accessment of the game. His thoughts below.  - I was thorn between attending either the El-Cashico between Ifeanyiubah and … Continue reading A Derby of shared spoils and cause for optimism 

Rumbling in the Umuahia sands. Match Preview: Abia Warriors vs Enyimba 

Good morning Everyone,  Everyday it's getting relatively more difficult to do Enyimba posts. This of course has nothing to do with whatever is on going with the management and the players and all match results etc. Here's purely from the standpoint that time is really precious nowadays. I have also resisted the temptation to blog … Continue reading Rumbling in the Umuahia sands. Match Preview: Abia Warriors vs Enyimba 

Enyimba 2-0 Gombe: Tough but job nicely done against desert scorpions 

Good morning Everyone, if there was one man in the world who I wanted to be at the U. J Esuene yesterday, it was @FisayoDairo. He authored today's blog post and trust me, you'll love every bit of this. Not noise making. Read for yourself. Below.  - When a manager makes a double change and … Continue reading Enyimba 2-0 Gombe: Tough but job nicely done against desert scorpions 

Match Preview: Enyimba vs Gombe United 

Good morning Everyone. This evening we welcome League's returnees, Gombe United to the UJ Esuene Stadium in our third League fixture this season. Having been pummeled by Plateau United in midweek, we have it all to do as we look to catch up with the leading pack. It's only match day three and the only … Continue reading Match Preview: Enyimba vs Gombe United 

Enyimba FC: Starting from the known to the unknown 

Good morning Guys, it's our first guest blog post of the Season. My bossom friend and statistician Ayobami Animasahun of @NPFLstats pens his thoughts. Enjoy.  - Enyimba Int’l have certainly made a near-complete overhaul of the team that won the league title some 13 months ago with the acquisition of a number of top quality players. … Continue reading Enyimba FC: Starting from the known to the unknown 

Not sure of what to say? Shut your trap! 

Good morning Guys,  As the world continues to mourn our defeat in Jos, ITKs and 'oversabi' pundits on the other hand are not relenting in grabbing the microphone on their non-existent pulpits as they keep trying to establish what they believe is wrong with Enyimba. It's so shocking how everyone has become a Pep Guardiola … Continue reading Not sure of what to say? Shut your trap!