Wednesday, 5 July 2017

Vincent Enyeama is fired by Lille through a Text Message

Previous Super Eagles Goalkeeper and captain, Vincent Enyeama, is one of 11 players who has been told they are never again required by new Lille coach, Marcelo Bielsa, BBC Sport reports. 

The French club's new Argentine Boss has likewise sent messages to the players saying they are not some portion of his designs. 

Enyeama, who played 101 times for the Super Eagles, just marked another arrangement last season. 

Ivory Coast's Junior Tallo who was among those sent the sacking instant message saying they are not some portion of the mentor's designs, said; "With respect to me, I'm under contract. I will regard the two years I have cleared out. I'm in no rush. 

"I need to set up myself at Lille. The club needs me to clear out. We'll check whether they discover an answer amongst now and the finish of the exchange window. I'm quiet. It's somewhat unusual, however I'm taking care of it OK. 

"I was educated like the others, by content. We're under get, the club does what it needs. We would have gotten a kick out of the chance to have had a talk. In any case, it's a business decision made by the Bosses," the Ivorian disclosed to French Newspaper L'Equipe. 

The club has effectively made some late spring signings including Burkina Faso universal goalkeeper, Herve Koffi following Lille's disillusioning eleventh place complete in Ligue 1 last season. 

Enyeama among the other African players in the group including previous caption, Rio Mavuba, Eder, Julian Palmieri, Marko Basa, Éric Bauthéac, Lenny Nangis and Marvin Martin, have been Ordered to avoid whatever is left of the squad as pre-season begun on 3 July. 

Enyeama, who joined Lille in June 2011 and has shown up, respected the marking of Koffi a month ago. 

On Monday, Enyeama tweeted a photograph with some of his kindred pariahs, who additionally incorporate Montenegro global Marko Basa, France international Marvin Martin and , expressing: "Dependably a joy to be back with the group."


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