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…
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
As the head of any entity, it matters a lot where you get your information. This is especially true in a country like Nigeria, where a large number of people are in your ear, feeding you information as a means to curry favour. The responsibility then is on you to filter all that information by … Continue reading Corner-kick: When your friendly circle becomes poisonous
Good morning Guys, So the Aiteo Cup draws have been made and we are pitted against Wasiu Alalade Alabelewe of Osun State. The fixture itself holds this Sunday at a venue the NFF "will" announce before Thursday ends. That information eventually got released and our clash with Wasiu Alabelewe will hold in Benin. There's not … Continue reading Aiteo Cup: Enyimba is drawn against Wasiu Alalade’s cousins
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
Good morning Guys, So I was in a marketing class yesterday. The professor sang and sang of fun ways people do marketing nowadays, spoke of the emotional connections fans have of Sports products - teams, players, sports facilities and a match day experience and the whole time I kept thinking of Enyimba, Nigerian League, Nigerian … Continue reading Aiteo Cup schedule, Marketing and a little bit of this and that
Mornings like this make me wish I don't own this blog. The obligation to write everyday with me battling this sleep is my greatest challenge on earth. Lies. That's not my greatest challenge on earth. My greatest challenge on earth is how to become "slim-fit" again. The draw we all literally prayed for, came home … Continue reading Early thoughts on our Rayon Sport date.
Good morning Guys, New week, new month, and gradually the year is wrapping up. Apologies for the No Show yesterday. But then again, there wasn't so much by way of events to keep us scribbling here, so we slept in early and decided to take the day off here on the blog. The big news … Continue reading CAF Confederations Cup Draws: who gets Enyimba?
The mood around the club and its faithful right now is one of excitement, and rightly so. The victory over CARA Brazzaville, and the joy it fostered, was a fitting way to return to home for Enyimba Football Club. In the end, a draw would have done to qualify, but it would have been an … Continue reading Corner-kick: Mfon Udoh returns with something new in his locker