Afelokhai in the news again: the Good and the not so good…

Good morning Brethren. Today, this Tuesday is probably gonna be my longest day ever. I've got back to back engagements from 10am to 10pm. So I'm gonna jinx this post by saying it would be a short one. Hopefully it will be. If not, it's still ok. Theophilus Afelokhai is in the news again. Actually … Continue reading Afelokhai in the news again: the Good and the not so good…

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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?

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.

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…

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

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

Three things: Rayon 0-0 Enyimba:

Good morning Brethren, The lads played out a goalless draw with Rayon Sport in Kigali yesterday as both teams sought a semifinals ticket in the ongoing CAF Confederations Cup. Here's my three things from that fixture. 1. Not a bad result but are we capable of better? Failing to concede away from home in this … Continue reading Three things: Rayon 0-0 Enyimba:

The Management has big big plans for Enyimba

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

Hello from Rwanda; our opponents are talking tough

We do appear are the only team still having something in the similitude of a season. The League is over, Heartland and Sunshine have somehow miraculously avoided relegation, the teams are readying for the AIteo FA Cup, including those who will only play one game. For us, our season is still and very well in … Continue reading Hello from Rwanda; our opponents are talking tough