From here we can push on and achieve our targets this season

He's rarely been in the spotlight since he signed for us- he has shied away from the limelight and from media attention.  It hasn't been helped by the fact that he is deployed in a role where unless you are looking for him, you wouldn't pay attention to him or indeed acknowledge the responsibility he's … Continue reading From here we can push on and achieve our targets this season

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1,2,3,4 – Humbling of the Warriors

The last time we fired 4 past anyone was FC IfeanyiUbah 2 seasons ago. That day, Peter Onyekachi, Andrew Abalogu, Ezekiel Bassey and Razak Aliyu got the goals and we showed the boys from Nnewi who is boss. Then after overstretched and almost endless run of 1-0, 2-0, 2-1 home wins, we are served up … Continue reading 1,2,3,4 – Humbling of the Warriors

Match Preview: Enyimba vs El Kanemi 

Yesterday's post got us quite the unusual (even though not totally unexpected) reaction. Phone calls from people who feel they should get the nod for the CHAN. It was funny really because what the author of the post yesterday (of course you're all aware I'm not the author) did was to make recommendations on who … Continue reading Match Preview: Enyimba vs El Kanemi 

CHAN: Open letter to Salisu Yusuff 

Dear Coachito, Sincere condolences on the loss of your mother and Happy Sallah celebrations. I'm sure you're aware that the month of July is the only one covering your all important assignment with the Home-based Super Eagles as your first competitive game comes up on August 11. Since you're not new to this as well, … Continue reading CHAN: Open letter to Salisu Yusuff 

Bashir: Did Enyimba make a mistake by letting him leave? 

Our Sunday's match report here in the blog ended only in the first half and then the ugly incidents of the interval. Soon after the restart, Nasarawa United finally took the lead. It was always coming and beyond a shadow of doubt, Nasarawa was the better side on Sunday. But that was never the bone … Continue reading Bashir: Did Enyimba make a mistake by letting him leave? 

Well, here is what happened in Lafia on Sunday

Yesterday's blog, yeah? Interesting reactions. Both on Facebook, on the blog, on Twitter and other media outlets. The sun has already gone down, so my anger is all gone now. But I did locate an independent observer who was at the game on Sunday. He gives his account of what went down at the Lafia … Continue reading Well, here is what happened in Lafia on Sunday

Nasarawa United? Shame on you!!!

Part 1 It would be a very fat lie (you know, bursting at the seams kind of fat? Yeah, right) if I told you is had expected any kind of result in Lafia yesterday. I knew it was one of those games where we could as well have failed to honour the game because getting … Continue reading Nasarawa United? Shame on you!!!

Enyimba’s Future: what we must do right now

Writing a blog when feeling heartbroken isn't something I enjoy doing. I always feel it would make me communicate the heartache I feel indirectly to my audience and that's not a nice way to start out someone's day. Just before you ask, the heartbreak is not "girl-related"- it is primarily due to the horrors ongoing … Continue reading Enyimba’s Future: what we must do right now

It’s nothing short of a remarkable and laudable achievement

It's not everyday that I get on this blog and admit that I stole a post word for word. But there's no way you wouldn't have stolen this post if you were in my shoes. And there's no way you would be in my shoes if you have a shoe size of less than 47 … Continue reading It’s nothing short of a remarkable and laudable achievement

Dare Ojo is back and other stories

The dust has settled in the debate as to whether or not we are Nigeria's biggest club or we are living in the past glories. Whichever side of the fence you choose, you may not be wrong. I think we are both Nigeria's biggest club and yes, we are also living in past glories in … Continue reading Dare Ojo is back and other stories