Sunday Oliseh

Explosive! Oliseh Dares NFF To Sack Him, Slams Ex-Teammates

By Johnny Edward:

Super Eagles coach Sunday Oliseh has dared the Nigeria Football Federation to sack him if they are not happy with his performance, Completesportsnigeria.com reports.
Oliseh has been under fire from his employers since the home-based Eagles were eliminated early from the 2016 African Nations Championship.
But the coach, who claimed that his CHAN team was undermined by poor welfare, defends his record since taking over from Stephen Keshi.
“A contract was made out, I signed a contract with the NFF; if you’re not happy about it OK  we come out and shake hands,” Oliseh said in the second part pf an explosive YouTube video he posted online.

“But I will remind you that this is the 14th game I have been in charge of the Eagles. We have lost only two games with one an official game. So where is this failure that some people are trying to sell to Nigeria unless you mean Oliseh and his team must win every match.

“Even the current World champions Germany can’t boast that. We are still on track; we have qualified for the group stages of the World Cup and are in the running for the 2017 African Nations Cup.”

“In so many ways we are sad but it’s a question of opinion.”

“I’m sad and with such news of the impending sacking of the coach. We have not failed, my predecessor was judged after he failed to qualify for the Nations Cup.”

The former Ajax and Juventus star also insinuated that those calling for his sacking have ulterior motives.

He added: “I will not heed to those critics who keep hitting me to include their players in my team to sell them abroad. They want to make Nigerians feel we are not doing well. Nigerians are not gullible and for me the most intelligent set of people on the planet.

“What I find most annoying is that these ex-colleagues who now sit to criticise were just not the real actors who made the Eagles tick way back. Now they are doing the same thing sitting down to criticise.  They should continue and try to get us out to get your person in so you can manipulate them.

“They should go for coaching courses or pick up coaching jobs.

“I didn’t want this job. I rejected it twice and I took the job after intense persuasion of an influential friend in government.

“You’re not only hurting me, your also hurting my coaches and my players. You are also hurting Nigerians too. If we start fighting each other and we don’t qualify for the Nations Cup and the World Cup what does that benefit us as a nation? I can understand initially when they said I never had an experience but we have not failed.

“My predecessors were judged after they failed to qualify for the Nations Cup.

“I pray that God bless our critics with the same way our critics wish us.”

Completespprtsnigeria.com learnt that Oliseh’s pay-off if he is sacked could be as much as his pay for three years, which could come down to as much as N180 million.

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7 Comments

  1. Reply Post By Michael Omotor

    Winning chan is good but since DR congo won it is fine.Chan is not afcon anyway. You have experience now coaching the super eagles since acquiring it have to start somewhere. Always feature the best talent regardless of tribe and improve super eagles ratings.Good luck.

  2. Reply Post By Marv S.

    The coach can’t be blamed for the failure in chan, he had the best our league can offer but unfortunately our best is not good enough because our league is still not as good as other leagues in Africa like Egypt, Tunisia, Morocco, Algeria, South Africa , Sudan and D.R. Congo. When our league attain the kind of organizational level those other leagues have, the winning chan will not be an unrealistic ambition but right now it is unrealistic to think that we under performed because the boys performed to the level that our league allows them to. You can’t give what you don’t have. Our league is ultimately to be blamed for the failure .

  3. Ok, the "insane critics" Oliseh meant in his 1st interview are his fellow ex-footballers and some NFF officials who are critics to build up tension to sack him. Not the fans. I can understand where he is coming from. The black pot telling the new kettle that no worry, you will be like me one day soon. That day is here. When Oliseh was Stephen Keshi's no one critic in his supersport tv/blog, we all said he was hunting for Keshi's job. This job is sweet and bitter. The sweet part is the money and fame. The bitter part is the battle with NFF bigwigs. The betrayals. The  friends that will be like rats eating away your liver and giving you lassa fever. As someone said, the Chan result is a reflection of the standard of our league. The NFF is too corrupt to notice that South Africa, Algeria, Congo, Ivory Coast, Egypt, Tunisia and many other African nations are far ahead of use and so lets do for once an agressive catch-up policy. The Chan competition is good for the local players. Maybe CAF can upgrade it to include any player playing his football in the African continent can be part of the Chan team. Then Chan profile will be high. For now coaches like Oliseh will always think its a distraction. Small minded coaches alway think negatively. Our players are doing well all over the world and so someone to do a good selection and blend them is needed. Oliseh is not the one. We need a world class coach or let Amuneke take over if we still need to stick to our local coaches. He is always upgrading his profile with refresher courses. He is poles ahead of others. Kettle calling pot black will see it.

  4. Reply Post By AFOLABI DAVID

    NOW YOU HAVE SPOKEN WELL AND I CAN SEE MAYBE YOU WHERE MISQUOTED IN THE FIRST ARTICLE I READ. SOMETIME YOU NEED TO LET THE PUBLIC KNOW WHAT IS GOING ON BEHIND THE SEEN SO THAT AN AVERAGE NIGERIANS CAN KNOW.

    YOU LOST AN IMPORTANT MATCH AND THAT IS EXPERIENCE FOR YOU, I BELIVE WHEN NEXT YOU HAVE SUCH OPPORTUNITY, YOU WON`T MAKE THE SAME MISTAKE AS YOU JNOW HAVE EXPERIENCE TO HADLE SUCH SITUATION.

    ANYWAY WISH YOU ALL THE BEST AND GOD BLESS NIGERIA.  AMEN

  5. Reply Post By Obot Essienuko

    Gbolaham salami 4 me was the best
    Striker in the leaque for CHAN but at last minute he was no way to be found.
    Reason coach or league? Be the judge.
    Non of those players will available for next CHAN becuase of exodus to north africa and u will blame the coach for not performing.

  6. Reply Post By ESAN ANDREW AKINS

    I QUITE AGREE WITH OLISEH AND SOME COMMENTATORS HERE; LET EFCC PROBE NFF. I KEEP WONDERING HOW CAN NATIONAL TEAMS NOT HAVING KITS TO PLAY, WHERE IS NIKE AND NFF CONTRACT? WHY DID WE DUMP ADIDAS TONGET THIS PRIMARY SCHOOL JERSEY FOR THE NATIONAL TEAM AND NOBODY IS TALKING ABOUT IT.

    PLEASE LEAVE OLISEH ALONE; TRULLY HE HAS NOT FAILED, WE ONLY NEED TO ENCOURAGE HIM TO UP THE GAME. GOD BLESS NIGERIA BUT NIKE CONTRACT NEED TO BE PROBE PLEASE TELL SAI BABA.

  7. Reply Post By Charles Okweyeh

    Let's allow this guy do his work. We win sometimes and loose sometimes; that's the game. Losing at the group stage of CHAN is painful but lets just give him more chance.

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