With the news about Sunday Oliseh resignation , Nigerians have been reacting on social media; some say its good news for the Super Eagl...
With the news about Sunday Oliseh resignation, Nigerians have been reacting on social media; some say its good news for the Super Eagles, others are bitter at the way he left knowing that we have a crucial qualifier against Egypt next month.
Isolating the man Sunday Oliseh from the NFF's massive structural failure still paints him reckless, immature & not ready for the role— Sola Aiyepeku (@solaiyeps) February 26, 2016
Sunday Oliseh just ticked that part on his bucket list that said, '"Become coach of the Super Eagles'.— radioactivist. (@debolaadebanjo) February 26, 2016
So while we went to bed last night, Sunday Oliseh was busy resigning? All these midnight businesses eh!!— JESSICA AMADI (@Isiokpobabe) February 26, 2016
And he was quick to change it to EX. Sunday Oliseh. This guy got no balls sha pic.twitter.com/3tEQe0Xpod— Batet (@IamBatet) February 26, 2016
'Nigerian Guardiola' Sunday Oliseh resigns. LOL. So na only mouth e get.— Maverick™ (@PatrickEsenwa) February 26, 2016
Who the hell does he think he is? I totally lost it when he was insulting everyone on his website. I lost it.. Sunday Oliseh, Good riddance— Omo Jesu (@tosinadeda) February 26, 2016
Our football federation is reflective of our country. Nothing exists in a vacuum.— Yomi Kazeem (@TheYomiKazeem) February 26, 2016
The President and his Vice are in Zurich for the FIFA elections. Using tax payers money which was available but won't be for coaches. Ok.— OnyeNdiolumbe (@CalvinEmeka) February 26, 2016
Oliseh had his faults and that video was a terrible idea but the NFF seem to be impossible to work with, esp if you have strong principles..— Nurudeen Obalola (@NurudeenObalola) February 26, 2016
ALL of you tweeting that Oliseh should have ok with his salary not being paid are part of the problems of Nigeria. It is evil to owe workers— OnyeNdiolumbe (@CalvinEmeka) February 26, 2016
Why should a labourer NOT be paid for his labour? What is the function of contracts? It is why Nigerian coaches compromise and take bungs— OnyeNdiolumbe (@CalvinEmeka) February 26, 2016
I go back to the question I keep asking: what's the point of a federation that can't pay staff and players but keeps many teams? What?— OnyeNdiolumbe (@CalvinEmeka) February 26, 2016
This guy spent HIS money to feed the CHAN team in SA. A national team coach was buying food for national team players before a tournament.— OnyeNdiolumbe (@CalvinEmeka) February 26, 2016