Vincent Enyeama has sparked reactions from people as he shared a new video of himself training with his kids, as he spent Sunday with them.
The former Super Eagles goal stopper, was trying to show off his dribbling skills in the video and according to his caption, he wanted to come from retirement to become a striker, as he revealed that he has really missed football.
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The former Super Eagles captain, could be seen trying to dribble pass one of his kids, who was tackling him and preventing him from scoring from his other kid, who was in goal.
This video has generated reactions from people, with some making jest of the footballer for finding it difficult to dribble pass the kid and for not being able to even score at the end of everything. Some were also praising him for creating time to play with his family and making them happy.
Vincent Enyeama is one of the best goalkeepers Nigeria ever produced. He was the goalkeeper of the Super Eagle from 2002 to 2015, when he retired from the national team, with one hundred and one (101) appearances making him the most capped Super Eagles player ever. He retired finally from football in 2019.
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