Imama at Enyimba; the case for or against

Good morning Guys. Maybe I should stop making promises because I end up moving the goalposts. Sometimes you think such and such should be the theme of your next day's post but somehow something much more serious comes up and overtakes those thoughts. Our end of season reviews will start soon. OK? There has been … Continue reading Imama at Enyimba; the case for or against

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Yours Vichai: Lessons from football’s sad weekend

Good morning On Saturday evening, in Leicestershire, England, a helicopter crashed onto the car park of the King Power Stadium, the homeground of Leicester City Football Club, a football club whose success story is as magical as it is inspirational. Under 24 hours later after the unfortunate accident, the club officially released a statement that … Continue reading Yours Vichai: Lessons from football’s sad weekend

End of season review: Was this season a success?

Good morning Fellas, So here we are. End of a season. End of another trophy-less season. I'm not looking to ruffle anyone's hair but it's important to point out that for a club that views success by the number of trophies won, for the third year in a row, we are a failure. It does … Continue reading End of season review: Was this season a success?

When you’re being made to wait…

Good morning Guys, I wanna keep this short today. This is not entirely Enyimba related but because we are still nursing our wounds and reminding ourselves of the painful events of Wednesday, I'll tell a nice little story. So recently I began working with a Group that covers and broadcasts sport games. You know like … Continue reading When you’re being made to wait…

Raja 3-1 Enyimba: Hard hard truths

So, it's all over now. For the third year running, Enyimba will finish the season empty-handed. I know there are excuses which can be given, and which for some might be acceptable. After all, who would have guessed the league would end in the manner it did? Who would have imagined the Aiteo Cup would … Continue reading Raja 3-1 Enyimba: Hard hard truths

Raja v Enyimba; time to rumble – show us what you got.

The CAF Confederation Cup action returns tonight as we face the might of Raja Casablanca at the Stade Mohamed V, Casablanca Morocco. Holding a 1-0 lead from the first leg it’s obvious that they are strong favourites for this one. They’ve been pretty efficient so far in this Competition and as we saw in that … Continue reading Raja v Enyimba; time to rumble – show us what you got.

Enyimba gaffer Ab’dallah: We are confident.

Good morning Family, It's the day before the day and in normal climes this is supposed to be the prematch press conference. I have some words from you from the boss. I'll let you read and be blessed. That's everything you have below. And Thank you BusyBuddies for this. - "Most of the players that … Continue reading Enyimba gaffer Ab’dallah: We are confident.

CAFCC: As we jet out to Morocco today…

Good morning Guys, So we are off to Casablanca to play those people on Wednesday. We've been fairly quiet about it on the blog for a while now. It was intentional, so the team is allowed to do their job quietly and not the distraction of every noise we make here. I've got a guest … Continue reading CAFCC: As we jet out to Morocco today…

OK, Let’s make Enyimba some money.

Good morning Guys, It's gonna be a little sport marketing class today. So because we aren't doing any Sport marketing doesn't mean that it is not possible. It doesn't also mean that everyone else is clueless as to how to make things work differently and hopefully better. As far as Enyimba is concerned, we need … Continue reading OK, Let’s make Enyimba some money.

We trounced them 5-1 but there’s something we can learn from Rayon Sport

- Chinatu Jon Good morning Guys, Everyone emotionally attached to Enyimba believes that the club is one of the biggest in these climes. We are clearly heads and shoulders above many other clubs in the country and It's same in the Continent where we are ranked the 17th best football club in Africa. But here's … Continue reading We trounced them 5-1 but there’s something we can learn from Rayon Sport