All around the country, clubs have begun their preseason preparations. When does the league actually resume? Nobody can say for certain. We continue to observe. But let's look at the actual preparation. What does it entail? Is it needful for our purposes? We live in a culture where it is acceptable to state the reason … Continue reading Corner-kick: our very packed preseason schedule
Good morning Guys. I'm not sure how long this will be. It might as well be two paragraphs because I'm not sure how much I can let out here. Or it could turn an epistle and I rant till I fall off back asleep. But as a true Aba born and raised, it does seem … Continue reading Not sure about you but as an Enyimba fan, this gives me cause to be concerned
While there is still no word from the club via any of its official channels, we now have word from the horse's mouth. Usman Abd'allah has been given a new one-year contract, and will stay on as coach of Enyimba. First things first: this is very richly deserved. He stepped into the breach to remedy … Continue reading Ab’dallah: The burden of being Enyimba’s Head Coach
Good morning Family. Quick start. So while looking through at our stats from yesterday, we saw visits from such countries as Germany, Spain and Brazil among others. Like some World Cup, isn't it? Well, I do hope though, that it would be Professional clubs interested In signing some of our lads. I know what you're … Continue reading New info emerges on Ab’dallah’s new contract
As a friend of mine recounted an experience, it suddenly hit me. Perhaps we have been overlooking the most basic thing about running a football club after all. We did a post recently about avenues for making the club money. It was a deeply enjoyable one, and an eye-opener. But maybe those thoughts are even … Continue reading Corner-kick: What about the players?
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
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.
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
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
Good morning Guys. So I'll start with the Aiteo Cup. The venue for our clash with Dynamite Force FC has been released and confirmed to be Nnewi. Is anyone playing in Aba? I'm only asking. I know there used to be Fed Cup games at the Aba Stadium years ago. I haven't seen any games … Continue reading The Management has big big plans for Enyimba