Nigeria head coach, Sunday Oliseh will hold talks with goalkeeper and captain, Vincent Enyeama following the furore generated after the Super Eagles’ 2-0 win over Chad in a 2017 Africa Cup of Nation’s (Afcon) qualifier in June.
Enyeama found himself in hot water after criticising the choice of Kaduna as venue for the game against Chad’s Les Sao.
The Super Eagles captain was subsequently issued a query by the Nigeria Football Federation (NFF) before being subsequently summoned to appear before the federations’ appeals/disciplinary committee.
Enyeama did not attend the hearing and it is now been speculated that the Lille OSC keeper may have played his last game for the three-time African champions following his decision to snub the NFF chiefs.
Oliseh says he rates Enyeama and had revealed that he will be speaking to the experienced shot-stopper who he described as one of the best on the continent.
“This is a touchy issue and one has to be careful how he treads on this.
“The first thing to do is to hear both sides (of the story). I have already spoken to (chiefs) of the federation (NFF) and they provided some very tangible reasons for the steps they took.”