Super Eagles broke down 14 years ago as a result of Oliseh’s ‘gross indiscipline’ – Onigbinde comes for Eagles coach


    Oliseh has continued to face several criticisms following his recent outburst. Photo: Super Sports.
    Nigerians have continue to react to the two-part video released by Super Eagles coach, Sunday Oliseh where he called out critics and ex-internationals who were against his style.
    The latest reaction is coming from veteran technical analyst and coach, Festus Onigbinde. The former Super Eagles coach has disclosed that Nigeria deserved what it is getting from Oliseh after giving him the National team job without considering his antecedents.
    In an interview with Goal, Onigbinde blasted Oliseh for his irresponsible language where he claimed he never begged for the Eagles job.
    ‘The first issue is about his appointment which he claimed he didn’t beg for the job, in other words, the NFF begged him. And I begin to ask what qualities did the NFF see in him and begged to have him lead the Super Eagles?’
    He said further ‘I still feel it is a big slap on the country to appoint a Nigerian or a foreigner who has never handled any club or a big team to handle the Super Eagles. That is an insult, and now the insult is now being complicated. Oliseh is now calling his critics insane. I watched the video and at a point was shedding tears for Nigerian football but we deserve it. Since he got this job, he has been going to Europe for treatment, shouldn’t the NFF have verified his health condition before being appointed. Now he has the gut to insult everybody.’
    The Modakeke High chief also went down memory lane to the 2002 Nations cup where Oliseh was captain of the Super Eagles.
    ‘Have Nigerians forgotten that the national team broke down in Mali as a result of gross indiscipline under his leadership and now that is the kind of person NFF feels …Read More

    Source:: The NET