Osimhen Must Apologise To Finidi To Show Humility – Coach

Rangers International FC head coach Fidelis Illechukwu urges Napoli forward Victor Osimhen to be humble and apologise to Super Eagles erstwhile coach Finidi George; npflupdates.com reports.

Osimhen last week called out Finidi George alleging that tye former Ajax Amsterdam winger tried to tarnish his image.

Speculations spread last week that during a meeting between the Nigeria Football Federation NFF, Sports Minister Senator John Enoh and Finidi, that the former Enyimba FC gaffer called out Osimhen, accusing him of lack of commitment to the Super Eagles.

Coach Fidelis Illechukwu

Osimhen during an Instagram live said that he has lost all the respect he had for Finidi; also at the same time, the former Olympique Lille forward threatened to use his head against anybody that tries to tarnish his image.

What Coach Fidelis said about Osimhen

Reacting, Fidelis Illechukwu who recently won the Nigeria Premier Football League NPFL with Rangers International opined that while the former Wolfsburg VFL forward apologise to Finidi; the NFF should also sanction him.

“Osimhen is a nobody to disrespect Finidi. As the African best player, one of our best players, he must learn to be patient and explain himself even when the world is against him,” Ilechukwu told Brila FM and was quoted by Soccernet.

“He needs to apologize. He must, because an apology is a sign of humility. It is not always good to behave like he is beyond control. who is he?

“This is a player of yesterday, who started from under-17 just talking and ranting. As far as I’m concerned, NFF should take drastic action against that kind of attitude.”

Victor Osimhen defended by coach Rudi Garcia after penalty miss.
Osimhen watches on after being substituted.

Similarly, NPFLUpdates in-house analyst Mr Best, urg d Osimhen to tender a public apology to the UEFA Champions League winner.

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“Osimhen may just be out of his normal self to address to his coach like that. I mean, that’s not the best way to sort out issues with him(Finidi). I’m very sure he wouldn’t have minced a word if the same situation was at Napoli.

“He should immediately apologise to Finidi; that’s the only thing that will be acceptable at this point,” Mr Best said.

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