Vincent Enyeama is a Nigerian former professional football goalkeeper who had an illustrious career playing for both his national team and various clubs in Nigeria, Israel, and France.

During his career, Enyeama won numerous individual awards, including the Best African Goalkeeper award three times and the Nigeria Football Federation’s Player of the Year award twice.

Enyeama is widely regarded as one of the greatest African goalkeepers of all time, and his selection by the IFFHS reinforces this claim.

His performances for Nigeria during the 2010 World Cup in South Africa, where he kept clean sheets against Argentina and Greece, were particularly notable.

Enyeama’s achievements have inspired many young African goalkeepers to follow in his footsteps and pursue a career in football.

He remains a respected figure in Nigerian football and is remembered for his talent, work ethic, and commitment to his craft.