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.

Advertisements

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

More on the Ab’dallah contract issue

It's interesting that the discussion on the blog yesterday was on coach Usman Abd'allah. I'm sure there are varying opinions as to whether he should stay or go, but beyond whatever decision the club takes, it is important to ask the question: does Enyimba provide its coaches the best platform on which to succeed? It … Continue reading More on the Ab’dallah contract issue

Does Coach Ab’dallah deserve to leave at the end of the season?

Good morning Guys. When is the right time to start talking about Usman Ab'dallah's contract situation at Enyimba? Too soon? Oh ok. I'm gonna rant about this today because it's raising its head in the news and because of course there's not much happening at this time. We all know how the gaffer got the … Continue reading Does Coach Ab’dallah deserve to leave at the end of the season?

Benefit of hindsight: Players at the club, to stay or to leave?

Good morning Guys. Two things I'll like to talk about today. First of all, you remember the story of a new woman at my workplace that I speculated that she wouldn't last long? Well, the shocking news is that, that woman has exceeded one month at my workplace. I had predicted that she won't last … Continue reading Benefit of hindsight: Players at the club, to stay or to leave?

A Super Eagles call-up and bidding your time

Good morning Guys. I'm gonna try to make this short. I probably won't. But the dominant theme this weekend is how we outfought and outthought the Libyans in Saturday's 4-0 trashing of the North Africans. It was a truly memorable performance but from an Enyimba point of view, it got me thinking. A few years … Continue reading A Super Eagles call-up and bidding your time

Money troubles and a change of tactic

Good morning Guys. I'm up today and a little excited. I got nominated for an award unknown to me and last night I was presented the award. It wasn't on your TV or Radio but here's a sneak peak.... So understandably, I am happy and very grateful. What a week it's been for me on … Continue reading Money troubles and a change of tactic

Enyimba make inquiry for Rayon Sport stars

Good morning Guys. We've been off the blog for a while. It's been pretty quiet in the camp as the players await bonuses as they ready for the red letter day. It's actually less than 2 weeks away - our most important clash of the season. Truth is, although our chances are slim, there is … Continue reading Enyimba make inquiry for Rayon Sport stars

Are our fringe players good enough fringe players?

If you're a player or coach at Enyimba, how do you manage the next two weeks of your life? Here you are, having exited the local trophy route to the Continent and with no other League games to play, you are blessed with more than enough time to stew over whatever could happen in Casablanca. … Continue reading Are our fringe players good enough fringe players?

Aiteo Cup heartbreak: Now what’s next

Good morning Guys. First and foremost, thank you for yesterday. For your kind and warm wishes, for prayers and gifts. I was super loaded with so much and for these, I am very grateful. My friends came over for dinner and they had a lot of gracious words to share. Onto Enyimba now. Well, we … Continue reading Aiteo Cup heartbreak: Now what’s next