Rebranding the League can wait, first things first…

The time is 12:38pm. Friday, December 21st 2018. It's not the regular time we write blogs. But with my head full of these thoughts, I'll have to share. So someone talked about promoting the League as a means to improve fans participation and numbers at games. I mean there are a lot of theories out … Continue reading Rebranding the League can wait, first things first…

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Corner-kick: Oladuntoye’s suspension by Enyimba

The recent news that defender Isiaka Oladuntoye has been suspended by the club has come as a bit of a surprise. For one thing, our long defender does not seem like the type. But it seems like a good time to address the issue of discipline. In this country we grow up with a distrust … Continue reading Corner-kick: Oladuntoye’s suspension by Enyimba

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.

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.

Not sure about you but as an Enyimba fan, this gives me cause to be concerned

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

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?

Early thoughts on our Rayon Sport date.

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.

CAF Confederations Cup Draws: who gets Enyimba?

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?

Now that we have an ultramodern stadium…

I am elated by the news of our stadium coming back to us in a brand new state. I used the picture for my laptop wallpaper, a colleague saw it and asked whether it was Stamford Bridge. We're looking all professional again. But something tells me that the joy we experience now will soon give … Continue reading Now that we have an ultramodern stadium…

Williamsville v Enyimba: time to show something different

Good morning Guys! It's a match day. Our boys will line up this evening at the Stade Robert Champroux stadium in Abidjan as we look to consolidate our stand atop the 2018 CAF Confederations Cup Group C. The kickoff is 5pm. Although some sources quote 6pm. I'd just say, have the evening free. It's a … Continue reading Williamsville v Enyimba: time to show something different