Super Eagles legend Enyeama shares big secrets amid all Taye Taiwo allegations of dirty deals - TalkTalk Sports

Vincent Enyeama has attributed the unity that existed in 2013 Super Eagles squad as the major reason for Nigeria winning the Nations Cup
- The legendary goalkeeper also hailed late coach Stephen Keshi who he called 'a guy man' adding that the big boss related well with his players
- Enyeama's statement comes at a period when former Super Eagles star Taiye Taiwo accused Keshi of involving in dirty deals
Super Eagles legendary goalkeeper Vincent Enyeama has credited the team bond and relationship that existed between the players and late coach Stephen Keshi as the key reason why Nigeria won the 2013 Africa Cup of Nations.
Recall that Nigeria emerged champions after dispatching Ivory Coast, Mali and Burkina Faso in the knockout stages on their road to victory.
Nigeria ended their 19-year wait after beating Burkina Faso 1-0 in the final to lift the Nations Cup for the third time in the country's history.

Seven years after this victory, Enyeama has now attributed the unity that existed in that squad as the major reason for Nigeria winning the trophy against all odds.
in 2013, 🇳🇬Super Eagles won AFCON for the 3rd time in South Africa

We salute:

• Keshi's tactics

• Defence partnership of Omeruo-Oboabona

• Sunday goals of Mba

• Emenike's ⚽

• Moses & Mikel's great roles

• Enyeama's safe hands

• Other heroes of the team
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Speaking exclusively to TalkTalk Sports, Enyeama said: "We were a small family. We were not the best set like the golden generation of the Amokachi, Jay Jay, Finidi George, Peter Rufai but we had a very great bond that you would love to be part of.

"Yobo was there it was amazing, Osaze was there Ike Uche was there, Ideye was there, Emenike was there, it was joy. I’m so happy to have been part of that group."