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wonderful: Enyeama, Emenike return to Eagles

FORMER Super Eagles skipper, Vincent Enyeama of
Lille FC France, and striker Emmanuel Emenike of West
Ham are set to don the colours of Nigeria again.
Eyeama who threw in the towel last year when Sunday
Oliseh was coach of the Eagles will play for Nigeria
again next week.
However, Enyeama is going to wear his gloves for the
Joseph Yobo Testimonial match billed to take place on
May 27 at the Adokiye Amesimeka Stadium in Port
Harcourt.
He will feature for the Nigerian team against Yobo’s
friends. Event coordinator, Waidi Akanni confirmed
yesterday that Enyeama was ready for the testimonial
game.
“We have a confirmation to that effect and there are
many other goodies lined up for fans because Yobo is
so passionate about this project,” Akanni said.
Another player who retired from Eagles last year,
Emmanuel Emenike, has also confirmed to hit Port
Harcourt for the Yobo Testimonial match.
“Emmanuel is coming. He spoke with me personally
and I am so elated with the love shown by my
colleagues,” the former international said. Top players
who made name in various European leagues
especially the EPL will be in Port Harcourt for the
match. The list of those who have confirmed for the
testimonial include Samuel Eto’o, Didier Drogba, John
Terry, Thierry Henry and Wayne Rooney, the Ayew
Brothers: Dede and Jordan, Sulley Muntari, Djibrin
Cisse and Tresor Lualua amongst others. Yobo featured
at three FIFA World Cups and six AFCON tournaments,
leading Nigeria to victory in his last outing in South
Africa.
Some of the corporate bodies who have indicated their
support for the Joseph Yobo Centenary Game include,
Sifax Group, NICON Insurance and Beko Electronics
Ltd.
The Joseph Yobo Foundation is in partnership with
Rivers State Government for the Centenary Game at
the Adokiye Amiesimaka Stadium in the Garden City.

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