Sunday Oliseh has decided to end his contract as the Super Eagles’ coach. He made the announcement this morning via his Twitter handle, saying the decision was due to lack of support and contract violation by the Nigerian Football Federation (NFF).
The former Nigerian international was appointed in July, 2015, as the coach of Super Eagles to replace Stephen Keshi, but has since had it tough leading the National team with successive poor performances from the team.
According to Premium times, the NFF on Thursday directed Sunday Oliseh to henceforth report to former coach and the federation’s technical director, Amodu Shuaibu when he complained his owed four months’ salary and the dismissal of his personal assistant, Tijjani Babangida.
Oliseh who recently apologized to Nigerians and NFF sequel to the release of a YouTube video, in which he attacked his critics, said he was fortunate and grateful for having the honour to play, captain and coach the Nigerian team.
The NFF, however, is yet to comment on his resignation as of the time this report was gathered.
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