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By Chineze Ogugua

Former Super Eagles keeper Vincent Enyeama has been released by French Ligue 1 side LOSC Lille on
mutual consent after seven years with the club.


Lille confirmed Enyeama's departure on their social media handle, it read:

“Vincent Enyeama and LOSC have reached an agreement go their separate ways. The club would like to
wish Vincent – who made 164 appearances for us – all the very best in his future endeavours.”

Enyeama also took to his official Twitter account to confirm his release from the club, with a caption

Enyeama has featured for both Hapoel Tel-Aviv from 2011-2013 and Maccabi Tel-Aviv in the 2013/14
season where he set a record of 21 clean sheets in 38 league games, which included 1,062 minutes of
not letting in a goal.

The 36-year-old shot-stopper was a key part of the Nigeria national team with his last tournament
coming at the 2014 FIFA World Cup in Brazil.

It is still unclear if he will join another club or call it quits for football.

Read also: CAFCC: Enyimba Scales Through To Next Round

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