Lolade Sowoolu The Verdict: Oliseh, the drama king

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    By Lolade Sowoolu

    That Oliseh would open his mouth to blame his failure on these conjectures calls for a mental evaluation of the coach. Dude was essentially running a one-man show because he did not trust his staff! Who does that for a team sport and smack in the middle of a competition?

    Whoever knew that my Feb 8 blog would ride on last week’s concern. Well, ex- Nigerian international and current Super Eagles coach – Sunday Oliseh, has elected to demonstrate, rather than write, his own episode of How to Run Mad Quickly!

    Famous for his temper, Oliseh resumed coaching the Nigerian side in 2015 and his first assignment was to lead the team to CHAN 2016. Disappointingly, Nigeria crashed out in the first round; and expectedly, there’s been a barrage of excuses from the coach, chief among which is that he and the players are being owed. Oliseh iced the excuse cake with a melt down yesterday which he videotaped and posted (and later deleted) on his YouTube Channel.
    Read: Highlights of Sunday Oliseh’s playing career
    The Vanguard explains that the coach suffered spiritual inhibitions and was the subject of various metaphysical attacks (occultic manipulations) – real and imagined, actual and attempted, hence the cause of his paranoia. Oliseh was so tormented he suspected and accosted his back room staff, going as far as telling some to desist from shaking his hands.

    This grand illusions ensnared Oliseh and cost him an opportunity to make a mark. There are witches and wizards everywhere and especially here. For hoots sake, this is Africa the religion headquarters! That Oliseh would open his mouth to blame his failure on these conjectures calls for a mental evaluation of the coach. Dude was essentially running a one-man show because he did not trust his staff! Who does that for …Read More

    Source:: The NET