Super Eagles coach Sunday Oliseh has sent a letter of apology to the Nigeria Football Federation (NFF) over his recent utterances against the federation and perceived critics.
Oliseh came in for a lot of criticisms after the CHAN Eagles’ shock exit from the just concluded 2016 African Nations Championship in Rwanda prompting him to fire back as he said his team didn’t receive enough motivation to be successful during the tournament.
The apology letter sent was confirmed by a close source to the former Juventus and Borussia Dortmund midfielder as follows: “Oliseh has just sent a letter apologizing for his utterances and actions.”
“He said he is sorry, that he never wanted to attack the NFF or embarrass them, but rather he wanted the whole world to know they have not been given money.
“He also said he has been very frustrated after the heavy attacks on him and his team after their exit from the CHAN.” the source concluded.
Oliseh’s seven months tenure has been tainted with controversies ranging from long-serving goalkeeper Vincent Enyeama’s retirement, which was followed by that of Emmanuel Emenike. He also went public to talk about money issues after his team’s exit from the tournament in Rwanda.
*Now i know that Keshi is a strong man!!!....Stephen Keshi i applaud your strength,when you were there WE criticised you,now we are wearing your shoes and now we know!
Oliseh should resign if he cannot take the heat because Nigerians will cuss him out more if his team loses again.
Oliseh sorry oh,take heart please!