– The top member of the NFF has responded to Sunday Oliseh’s resignation
– Demola Olajire disclosed that the football body has moved-on
Following the resignation of Sunday Oliseh from his position as the Super Eagles’ coach, a top member of the Nigeria Football Federation (NFF) has described the development as ‘good riddance to bad rubbish’.
Ademola Olajire, who is the spokesman of the federation disclosed that the country would immediately scout for a new set of technical leadership for the national team.
“Oliseh is gone and we have to move forward,” Olajire told NTA Olajire also posited that there would be an urgent deliberation by president of the NFF, Amaju Pinnick, and other top officials of the federation, who are currently attending the FIFA special congress in Zurich.
Oliseh cited incessant violations of our signed agreement as his major reason for the decision, and has immediately edited his bio-data from his social media accounts.
Sunday Oliseh’s Twitter handle @SundayOOliseh now refers to the tactician as the ex-chief coach of the Super Eagles.
Above A snapshot of Sunday Oliseh’s Twitter handle confirms he is now the ex-coach of the Super Eagles Below is his wikipedia status
Wikipedia says he was the coach of the Nigerian national football team from July 14, 2015 till he resigned on February 26, 2016