Let’s give out some accolades

Good morning Fellas, It's Friday but we are yet to recover from Wednesday's memorable scintillating last minute victory over Cara! We've rolled out two posts in a bid to do justice to the win and while you can find those here and here, there could be more, if needs be. In fact, I think there … Continue reading Let’s give out some accolades

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Corner-kick: Mfon Udoh returns with something new in his locker

The mood around the club and its faithful right now is one of excitement, and rightly so. The victory over CARA Brazzaville, and the joy it fostered, was a fitting way to return to home for Enyimba Football Club. In the end, a draw would have done to qualify, but it would have been an … Continue reading Corner-kick: Mfon Udoh returns with something new in his locker

Enyimba 1-0 CARA: What a Night!

Last night, ladies and gentlemen was a kind reminder of why we love and support this club. Sunday might have been the day where we saw our brand new stadium come back to life but, last night was the mnemonic of what keeps us addicted to this football club. And mind you, brothers and sisters, … Continue reading Enyimba 1-0 CARA: What a Night!

Offside: CARA for the taking. Enyimba v Cara Brazzaville

We finally reopen our "new" stadium with a visit from CARA Brazzaville, a team we have a thousand and more reasons to decimate here in Aba. Is it a coincidence that a chance for revenge has opened up with this match, considering the current situation? Our first competitive match at home in 28 long months? … Continue reading Offside: CARA for the taking. Enyimba v Cara Brazzaville

NFF makes first decision on League resumption/termination

Good morning Guys, The NFF was in a meeting yesterday to determine how the League ends with the Giwa-Dalung inspired indefinite break. It still beats me how patriotic citizens of a country will rather let the country burn because their selfish interests aren't met. Don't be like these Nigerians guys, dare to be different. Well, … Continue reading NFF makes first decision on League resumption/termination

Finally, home! Enyimba stadium get approval for CARA game

Good morning Guys, It was a carnival yesterday at the Emirates Enyimba Stadium as our shrine got reopened after nearly three years. There were scores and scores of people all over the place and if you ever needed proof that our fans missed us, that's your answer right there. The one thing about the end … Continue reading Finally, home! Enyimba stadium get approval for CARA game

Enyimba Legends vs Super Eagles Legends as the Aba stadium is officially opened today

Our brand new stadium officially gets opened today. I know it doesn't feel like it because in our usual way of secrecy, there is no information from any of the official channels where such information is expected. But this evening at 4pm, at our Aba shrine, Ex-Super Eagle Internationals will face an Ex-Enyimba International side. … Continue reading Enyimba Legends vs Super Eagles Legends as the Aba stadium is officially opened today

Of League resumption and cleaning up house

Saturday morning blogs are generally quite fancy for me. I envision Saturdays to be the long morning where there's no hurrying to work, so most of my audience are lying lazily in bed with so much time and with eyes glued to their cellphones seeking juicy stuff. Well, I do have bits and pieces of … Continue reading Of League resumption and cleaning up house

Enyimba new striker, Sunday Adetunji winning our hearts already…

Good morning All, Today is Friday and normally should have been our #ThatEnyimbaFanGiveaway. But for today, we'd take a rain check and get it to return by next week. There are a couple of twitches we are considering - hopefully we will get it all sorted out by next week. There's been rumors of League … Continue reading Enyimba new striker, Sunday Adetunji winning our hearts already…

Corner-kick: Afelokhai teaches us all an important life lesson

When Theophilus Afelokhai returned to Enyimba at the start of the season, there were concerns over his physical condition. As a goalkeeper, agility and ease of movement are highly important. If you're going to spend an entire game jumping, lunging, diving, falling and reacting, then your shape is not a light thing. Neither is your … Continue reading Corner-kick: Afelokhai teaches us all an important life lesson