Osaze & Vincent Enyeama Leaving Nigerian Super Eagles
July 1st, 2014 – Goalkeeper Vincent Enyeama & Striker Osaze Odemwingie Leaves Nigerian Super Eagles
After yesterday’s defeat in Brazil, Stoke City forward, Osaze Odemwingie said he is leaving the Super Eagles.
“I am happy we played well but lost. I am not too sure now weather to wish we played badly and win or the other way round.
“Whatever the case, I am happy I am leaving the team in the hands of capable upcoming juniors. They should be held together for a long time.
“For me I am not getting younger, I need to get home and evaluate what plans I have for the future”.
In response to the fact that he was still young, he said “that is why I was not conclusive. But to tell you, I will like to face club action.
“I still have three years left in my contract. I will like to stick with the club. I am not discussing any moves. I am happy at my club.
“For me, I have had a fulfilled time with the national team. I have enjoyed every moment of it. I need to quit now.
“The upcoming players in the team are good. They need all the chance. I just have to go,” he said.
Nigerian goalkeeper Enyeama apologised to Nigerians for the failure of the team to have won.
“I want you all to forgive us. You have all done well to support us to this stage.”