Ex-Nigeria skipper Enyeama trains young goalkeepers in France

Super Eagles Legend, Vincent Enyeama, was sighted training young goalkeepers from Iris Club De Croix.

A few days after the new year, The former African Champions League Best Player was seen training the young Under-13 goalie for Iris Club, which competes in Championnat National 3, the fifth tier of football in France

The former Lille goalkeeper posted a video of himself kicking the ball to a young goal tender on his Instagram feed.

On the video, the Aba native wrote, “Back at work.This is my passion.Passing it unto the next generation #raisingchampions🏆 @iccroixofficiel”

In another video, he wrote, “I love my Job.”

Recall that the Nigerian goalkeeper, who played for Lille for a lengthy period of time in Ligue 1, was a Super Eagles player from 2002 until October 2015.

Meanwhile, the former Enyimba FC player led the team as captain from 2013 until his international football retirement.

However, after waving goodbye to the Super Eagles squad, the Nigerian goalkeeper’s absence has been particularly noticeable for the national side.

The two players who are anticipated to succeed the Super Eagles legend, Francis Uzoho and Maduka Okoye, seem to be battling to surpass the lofty bar that the 40-year-old has set.

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