Former Enyimba goalkeeper gets coaching job in France

French side, Club de Croix has announced the appointment of former Super Eagles of Nigeria first choice goalkeeper Vincent Enyema as their goalkeeper trainer.

Croix FC competes in Championnat National 3, the fifth tier of football in France.

Club de Croix was Founded1952 and play their home games at 2,000 capacity Stade Henri Seigneur complex.

Vincent Enyeama in action at Lille. Photo Credit: Getty Images Source: Getty Images The former number one shot-stopper hung up his gloves in 2015 after he allegedly clashed with former Super Eagles handler and ex-national team captain Sunday Oliseh.

Also, his former team-mate Ex-Nigerian international John Utaka has returned to his former club in France, Montpellier, to kick start his career as a football coach.

Utaka played for the club between 2011 and 2013 where he scored 12 goals in his 68 appearances in all competitions. The 38-year-old has now returned to Stade de la Mosson with the ambition of earning his coaching badge in the Ligue 1 club’s youth set-up.

Meanwhile, one of their colleagues Finidi George has disclosed that his transfer from Ajax Amsterdam to Real Madrid in 1996 stalled because both clubs failed to reach an agreement. George, 49, disclosed this in a recent interview with ACL Sports, adding that he already agreed a personal terms with the Spanish giants, but his move could not pull through because both clubs could not meet each other’s terms. Read

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