Oliseh : I’ll Manage The Super Eagles Only On 1 Condition

Sunday Oliseh talks about NPFL players in the Super Eagles squad.

Former Ajax Amsterdam combative midfielder Sunday Oliseh, reveals a return to the Super Eagles as head coach is still very possible; npflupdates.com reports.

Oliseh was part of the Dream team that won Nigeria’s first ever Olympics gold medal, when Nigeria beat Argentina in the 1996 edition in Atlanta Georgia, USA.

Also read: Give Me The Super Eagles Job And Watch Me Perform Wonders With The Team – 2013 AFCON Winner Cries

Recall, the NFF called on qualified candidates to come forward with their CVs for the vacant positions at the Super Eagles and Golden Eaglets.

Super Eagles legend and former Captain, Sunday Oliseh.
Sunday Ogochukwu

Posting the vacant positions on a banner which has since gone viral, the NFF said, “Attention passionate and proven football coaches. The Nigeria Football Federation is seeking a visionary leader to lead our senior men’s national team, the mighty Super Eagles.

“This is your chance to lead a team steeped in history and guide them towards even greater glory on the international stage. Are you ready to answer the call?

“Here’s what we’re looking for in our next Super Eagles head coach. Top-tier qualifications: You’ll possess the necessary coaching qualifications to lead a national team.

“Elite Experience – proven experience managing football at the highest level is essential. A successful track record of leading teams to victories is a must while not mandatory, knowledge of African football will be a strong positive.”

What Oliseh said about coaching the Super Eagles

Oliseh who at a time was in charge of the national team, in a recent interview told Channels TV Sports, that he can only manage the three-time African champions when the conditions are right.

When asked if he would apply to coach the Super Eagles, he said as quoted by Allnigeria “At the moment what I can say is that I will take a joker on that question

“Like I have also often said if Nigeria needs my services I will always help Nigeria if the right conditions are there.”

Post retirment from action be football, the former Borussia Dortmund midfielder, has managed Dutch club Fortuna Sittard and German side SV Straelen in the past.

He’s currently without a club/national team, but is keen to helping Nigeria win titles as a coach.

In another story, Super Eagles midfielder Frank Onyeka opens up on the type of player Osimhen is.

According to Onyeka, the Napoli man is always ready to fight for the team, even when his teammates seem weakened.

Also read: Mikel: Oliseh Claimed The FA Used Juju On Him So He Won’t Succeed

Onyeka and Osimhen at the 2023 AFCON

“He’s always there to help and fight for the team. Even when the team is down he’ll be the first man to push the team. He never gives up. One of the best players at #AFCON2023 but people don’t really see what he does. Hopefully he comes to the Premier League.”

“A really good guy but he’s someone that wants to win.”

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