All is not well at the Super Eagles camp in Belgium as a shouting match Tuesday between the Super Eagles coach, Sunday Oliseh and Vincent Enyeama threatens the peace and morale of players ahead of the two friendly games against Congo and Cameroon on Thursday and Sunday respectively.
Per Second News gathered that Enyeama’s lateness in joining his national teammates in Belgium got Oliseh angry.
No sooner that the goalkeeper arrived he was asked to ‘get out’ by Oliseh, who was livid.
The Lille keeper arrived camp after Monday’s deadline, having been reportedly permitted to report late following Saturday’s burial of his mother in AkwaIbom.
According to a source, Oliseh reportedly told Enyeama to shut up but the Eagles captain didn’t comply, which made the coach call on security operatives to get the keeper out of Hotel Verviers, the camp site of the Eagles.
The source claimed that Sunday Oliseh was so furious that he threatened to work out of the Eagles camp if Enyeama does not leave camp.
Efforts by officials of the NFF to calm the nerves of Oliseh and Enyeama did not yield any fruit as it appeared to escalate with Enyeama allegedly boasting that he had more caps for the Eagles than Oliseh.
‘’Oliseh still insists Vincent Enyeama should be decamped or he will work out of camp’’.
Oliseh has since announced Ahmed Musa as captain of the Eagles in place of Enyeama.