Why Emenike Left Fenerbahce For Al Ain Of Dubai

Super Eagles and Former Fernabahce player, Emmanuel Emenike has departed the Turkish league on loan for the rich Dubai league.
Emenike in Fenerbahce colours
Emenike in Fenerbahce colours
A finding conducted by NAIJ Sports revealed that the African Cup of Nations 2013 winning squad member left on two grounds. He fell out of favour from the team long ago and also  with hopes to shine and grab a better pay in Dubai after a year extension of his contract with Fenerbahce.
The 28 year old player who joined Al Ain of Dubai on a season-long Loan said he wants to score a lot of goals to justify his fitness to silence critics who think he has lost form. He will be replacing Ghanian, Asamoah Gyan who left the club for China.
Emenike joined Fenerbahce in 2011 for a record sum of 9million US dollars. STORYPOT Sports recalled that, Emenike fell out of favour with the Fenerbahce Fans and he was constantly booed on the field of play whenever he features for the team which left a question mark on his performance and continuous stay at the club.
However, there is an urgent need to redeem his fading image because he has been overlooked by the National Team handlers.
Emenike won the Turkish league title with Fenerbahce and scored 13 goals with nine assists and will play his first match with Al Ain of Dubai on Thursday.
Reports over the weekend emerged that Emenike announced his conversion to Islam during a conversation with a coach of his former club, Vitor Pereira.

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