The former Super Eagles captain, Sunday Oliseh was on Wednesday unveiled by the Nigeria Football Federation, NFF as coach of the Super Eagles.
The 40-year-old was the overwhelming favourite to be handed the role after Stephen Keshi, popularly called the ‘Big Boss,’ was sacked by the NFF two weeks ago.
Oliseh, on Wednesday in Abuja finally signed a contract with the NFF which ties him to the Super Eagles until 2020, becoming the fifth player in the 1994 class to handle the senior national team after Austin Eguavoen, Samson Siasia, Daniel Amokachi and Keshi.
“It’s a great honour to be coach of this great national team,” said Oliseh at the unveiling ceremony in Abuja.
“I’m not coming as a messiah. I’m coming as a man who wants to serve his country and give 150 percent.
“Gone are the days when we had individual players who can win games on their own. But we have potential,” he said.
He also laid down the law to players of Nigerian origin on his requirements before they can feature for his team.
“No player outside of first division in Nigeria or elsewhere will play for the Super Eagles. We will work together with the technical committee because if we fail, they fail,” he concluded.
The ex-Nigeria international will now hope to inspire an immediate improvement in the Eagles’ fortunes, starting with a win against Tanzania in an Africa Cup of Nations qualifier in September.
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