The Super Eagles camp in Belgium went up in flames as the head coach of the Nigerian Senior Men Football Team: Sunday Oilseh reportedly sent out Vincent Enyeama (Captain) out of camp following allegations of anti-camp activities against the captain who is trying to recover from the death of his Mum.

The Super Eagles are expected to play two International friendly games against Congo on Thursday 8th October, 2015 and against the Indomitable Lions of Cameroon on Sunday 11th October, 2015 ahead of the 2017 World Cup qualifiers.

According to reports: at the arrival of the Lille goalkeeper (Vincent Enyeama) who missed the Super Eagles last friendly game due to the death of his mum, the camp in Begium suddenly was warmed up instead of being cool to welcome a mourner as there were Shouts going on between Sunday Oilseh and Vincent Enyeama.

The source further claimed that Sunday Oliseh was so furious that he even threatened to walk-out of the Eagles camp if Enyeama does not evacuate the camp at that moment.

The duel went on between the both parties for a long time, there was an intervention of the Nigerian Football Federation (NFF) representatives who came to savage the situation at the point between the coach and the captain but to no avail.

Enyeama allegedly boasted that he had "more caps" for the Super Eagles than Sunday Oliseh.

The Super Eagles camp was in disarray because of this incident and continuous shouting of the both parties with interventions from the NFF and some players yielding to nothing.

Oliseh announced Ahmed Musa as captain of the Super Eagles in place of Enyeama in the last set of game played by the Eagles due to the absence of Enyeama.

The NFF took to their twitter account to confirm this report and alos said that it was just a misunderstanding and it has been resolved.

After a long awaited speech from the NFF by the press, the President of the NFF - Mr. Melvin Amaju Pinnick said in a press conference that the coach and captain has been contacted and that they are now in peace and assured that the players have forgotten about what happened on Tuesday Night.

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