The big men doing their job

Good morning Guys, End of the week. It's 30th November; which means it's 25 days to Christmas. Not sure about you but I have this interesting relationship with Christmas and the Christmas season. You know growing up, harmattan would've been in full swing now and we'd be dreaming of an Owo Ahiafor Christmas. Owo Ahiafor?? … Continue reading The big men doing their job

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Corner-kick: 3 players who should power us to big things next season

With neither the resumption date nor the number of teams that will compete in the league next season decided yet, everything seems up in the air. No one seems to have any idea what is going on. We've all heard of the nonsense with 28 teams in the league. It's madness is what it is. … Continue reading Corner-kick: 3 players who should power us to big things next season

Ab’dallah: On season targets and why he signed a new deal

Good morning Everyone. Quite an eventful week it's been for us here on the blog. I'm not sure I can remember a week this news-laden since the inception of the blog. Is it a good thing? Yes and No. Yes because we have fresh things to talk about and No because I'd rather we had … Continue reading Ab’dallah: On season targets and why he signed a new deal

Issues brewing with our brand new Rolls Royce pitch

Good morning Everyone, There are some days when I get out here and talk trash. There are other days when I walk away from my blog knowing that I had shared one or two important thoughts to you my dear reader. There are other days too when I'm in the middle, not sure if I … Continue reading Issues brewing with our brand new Rolls Royce pitch

Dear League owners, Please lets get serious

Good morning Guys, Nearly 100 visits on my blog on a day we didn't even have a blog post? Thank you guys. I treasure it. Early yesterday morning I tweeted how that because of the no league action and the fact that it was Sunday, we could permit a no blog Sunday. Sorry Guys. But … Continue reading Dear League owners, Please lets get serious

The old boy has left the building, but Enyimba’s new boy is talking tough.

Good morning Guys, It's that kind of post where you'd start with - Good news or Bad news, which do you want first? I actually do have a tale of two Dares- the incoming Dare and the outbound Dare. You'd almost say it's a like for like replacement except the fact that one had bagged … Continue reading The old boy has left the building, but Enyimba’s new boy is talking tough.

Another senior player leaves the club.

Good morning Guys. Midfielder Dare Ojo has left the club. He has joined Lobi Stars who are readying for the Continent. It's been a very trying four year stint at the club for him which saw him feature at Right Back, Defensive Midfield and Central Midfield. I know only yesterday I talked of the new … Continue reading Another senior player leaves the club.

Corner-kick: We blowup another big potential

A few days ago, I saw an interesting news item. It seemed to indicate that midfielder Dare Ojo would be joining Lobi Stars. We have been fixated on the Mfon Udoh situation, but Dare is another whose contract with the club is up. Everyone remembers that goal vs Mamelodi Sundowns in 2016. A scorcher, if … Continue reading Corner-kick: We blowup another big potential

Enyimba sign Pogba -No not that one.

Happy Thanksgiving Everyone! So someone wrote out here on the blog that this is more of a motivational blog than a place to find updates about Enyimba. Well, all I can say is, for a club like ours, in a League such as ours, you're unlikely to get more than we dish out here anywhere … Continue reading Enyimba sign Pogba -No not that one.

Enyimba Draws and getting your foot past the front door.

Good morning Guys, Sometimes I feel very sorry for myself. Writing a daily blog is no joke. But writing a blog for a soccer club that thrives on secrecy is even tougher. Then, writing a blog for a club in an inconsistent League is even worse. All of that English above is my informal apology … Continue reading Enyimba Draws and getting your foot past the front door.