By Ben Efe

Super Eagles keeper, Vincent Enyeama has repeated his regrets over Super Eagles failed attempt to qualify for the 2015 Africa Cup of Nations, which rolled off yesterday in Malabo, Equatorial Guinea with the hosts playing out a 1-1 draw with Congo Brazaville.

That was a match Enyeama should have been playing, but the 2013 champions squandered their chances in their last qualification match against South Africa in a game decided at the Nest of Champions in Uyo, Akwa Ibom State last November.

“I still feel bad. I am still apologizing to Nigerians that we failed them. I really wish things were different. I really wish we were at the Africa Cup of Nations.

“You always want your team to qualify for every competition and you always want to play in these competitions. But maybe God has his reasons. We just have to come back stronger,” Enyeama said.

The former Enyimba of Aba goalkeeper added that he was still committed to the Super Eagles.

“I know that the Super Eagles will definitely comeback stronger. I am still committed to the team Let us see how things go, God willing,” he said.

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