Vincent Enyeama named by IFFHS as the greatest african goalkeeper of all time

Nigerian legend, Vincent Enyeama has been crowned as the greatest African goalkeeper of all-time by the International Federation of Football History and Statistics (IFFHS).

No doubt that there is Enyeama was an excellent goalkeeper during his active playing days considering his achievement in the national team, Super Eagles.

He left the Super Eagles in 2015 after having issues with former coach Sunday Oliseh who preferred Ikeme over the ex-Lille stopper.

According to the report on Soccernet, Enyeama was selected based on his outstanding performances for club and country during a career that spanned over a decade.

Enyeama’s other competitors

The former Enyimba goalie was rated ahead of other legendary goalkeepers from the continent, including Joseph-Antoine Bell, Thomas N’Kono, and Essam El-Hadary.

How the journey started Enyeama started his career at Ibom Stars in 1999 before moving to Enyimba two years later where he established himself winning the league title and CAF Champions League.

In the Super Eagles, Enyeama featured in 101 games for the three-time African champions.

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