By Adeboye Amosu:
Former Super Eagles head coach, Sunday Oliseh has took a swipe at the Nigeria Football Federation, NFF, again asking the Glass House to concentrate on the upcoming 2017 Africa Cup of Nations double header against Egypt rather than criticising him, Completesportsnigeria.com reports.
Oliseh and the NFF have been at loggerheads since the former resigned as Super Eagles coach last month.
Technical Committee chairman of the NFF, Chris Green, earlier this week, blasted Oliseh for his conduct and utterances after he quit the job.
It seems there is no end to the discord between both parties as Oliseh took to Twitter to reply soccer authorities in the country.
"In the interest of the nation, could the NFF stop talking about Oliseh's resignation and concentrate on Egypt. Talk about looking for excuses," Oliseh wrote on his Twitter handle.
The NFF are still searching for a permanent successor to the former national team captain.
Frenchman Paul Le Guen, a former Lyon and Ivory Coast coach is favourite to land the job.
U-23 Eagles coach, Samson Siasia who was appointed the interim coach of Super Eagles following the exit of Oliseh, is overseeing the two-legged qualifiers against Egypt.