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

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The burden of ThatEnyimbaFan

Good morning Guys. This post may not be about Enyimba. I most certainly hope you understand. By tomorrow, we'd talk about the club and the aiteo Cup sojourn. Today and like every 8th October, I'm gonna talk about me. It's my birthday today. (Don't bother asking of my age cos I'm probably gonna give you … Continue reading The burden of ThatEnyimbaFan

Hey Raja Casablanca, grow up and stop being silly

Good morning Guys I don't like you waking up to the blog when the dominant theme is one of anger because I've learned that blogs and such online platforms influence the opinions, moods and perceptions of the audience. When however there's disgusting news to share, what do you do? So I saw this piece online. … Continue reading Hey Raja Casablanca, grow up and stop being silly

Pillars date beckons but some dressings at home

Good morning Everyone. All attention is firmly fixed on the weekend as we battle Kano Pillars for a place in the aiteo Cup semifinals. The team were on the road yesterday and Gombe being Gombe, you'd think they should arrive sometime today. You'd wanna suggest flying. A very interesting conversation ensued yesterday on Twitter when … Continue reading Pillars date beckons but some dressings at home

Corner-kick: Raja Casablanca: Maybe we did shoot our selves in the foot

In the aftermath of yesterday's disappointing loss to Raja Casablanca, there is a fairly simple question: did even the management of Enyimba believe they could win the CAF Confederation Cup? If they did, they certainly have not acted like it in the past two to three weeks. For what it's worth, I'll say it: creating … Continue reading Corner-kick: Raja Casablanca: Maybe we did shoot our selves in the foot

Enyimba 0-1 Those People: You know, it rains sometimes

Good morning Everyone Our CAF Confederations Cup semifinal failed to go as we planned. Moroccan giants Raja Casablanca came in with a simple game plan - take in all we can and pounce on our mistakes. It did feel like Zamalek all over as I mentioned on the blog yesterday. Here's my three things from … Continue reading Enyimba 0-1 Those People: You know, it rains sometimes

Enyimba v Raja Casablanca: It’s show time guys

Good morning Guys, Ok then, the talk is almost over and today is the day. Enyimba v Raja Casablanca, and what’s on board is a place in the semifinals. In a season battered by Solomon Dalung and Chris Giwa, Nigeria’s most successful club is serving up yet another classic. Both teams are nothing short of … Continue reading Enyimba v Raja Casablanca: It’s show time guys

Hello Raja Casablanca, we meet again

Enyimba International Football Club debuted in CAF Club competitions in 2002,and have since amassed over a century of matches. A feat that has seen the Peoples Elephant lock tusks with virtually every traditional club or power house in African club football in the last 16 years. The history of the club is replete with documented … Continue reading Hello Raja Casablanca, we meet again

Decisions: The Enyimba hierarchy has made some good calls this season.

Happy Independence Day Guys. I'm gonna say just this - One day, we will get it right. Nigeria looks a mess right now, but I do believe that one day, it's gonna be alright. What's my proof? I've got none. I'm only just holding onto the one thing I've got left- Hope. God bless Nigeria. … Continue reading Decisions: The Enyimba hierarchy has made some good calls this season.

It’s lengthy but it’s something special.

Nigeria flagbearer Enyimba Football Club of Aba have virtually won available trophies on the continent but are desirous of annexing the Total CAF Confederation Cup that is yet to grace their impressive trophy cabinet. Indeed there is a renewed expectation after the two-time African champions drowned Rayon Sports of Rwanda with goals in the quarter-finals, … Continue reading It’s lengthy but it’s something special.