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Sunday Oliseh Resigned Over NFF’s Breach Of Contract, Nigerians Express Anger On Twitter

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Feb 26, 2016 – Sunday Oliseh Resigned Over NFF’s Breach Of Contract, Nigerians Express Anger On Twitter

As we all know that Super Eagles Coach, Sunday Oliseh has tendered his resignation letter after NFF ordered him to report to Amodu, a move he perceived as a breach of contract.

Immediately the news of the resignation went viral on the social media, many fans took to Twitter to express their anger over Oliseh’s action which they described as ‘unpatriotic.’

Chimaobi Victor (@chimas2010) wrote that its “Too bad the way Sunday Oliseh dumped the Super Eagles in the middle of d road. But we must move on with our life.” while Daddy Lucious,

@dapoolutope, said that “@SundayOOliseh Dude didn’t sleep so he can resign like a thief in the middle of the night. COWARD.”

To ‏@Omojuwa, it was madness gone too far, he said: “And now, I just saw that the latest Super Eagles coach, Sunday Oliseh has resigned. The beat of madness in our football is persistent.”

Gloria Adagbon ‏@gloria_adagbon said that “When will NFA put their house in order? National football development can’t happen with all these issues!”

Hannah Imaga said ‏@HannahImaga that this was a drama which just started, “drama has ended or is it just starting? time will tell.”

Emmanuel Etim ‏@Emiearth went biblical to describe the action of Oliseh. Etim believes Oliseh has seen the handwritting that he won’t be able to scale the hurdle of Egypt in the two legged AFCON qualifiers coming in March, hence the need to quickly throw in the towel.

Etim tweeted: “Oliseh saw the handwriting on the wall. It was clearer than ‘Mene Mene Teken Parsin’. The Egypt fixture was a mountain tooooo high.” To @koulibalee, “Resignation of Sunday Oliseh just proved he’s not man enough and not ready for greatness as we all presumed.”

Godspeed using ‏@JesuisNaija said that “@SundayOOliseh Reminds me of how Saul became king without begging for it. Arrogance and loose temperament made it end abruptly…byeee ????”

To Oluwalana Ayodeji, Oliseh’s action as left the nation in a tight corner ahead of the fast approaching AFCON qualifiers. He tweeted ‏@ayodeji22ng that “Your resignation has left the Nation in a precarious state when we should be busy preparing for Afcon qualifiers.”

Silva said Oliseh is scared of Egypt for him to resign now. “@SundayOOliseh dats unfair. Are you scared that you can’t beat Egypt, where is your much vaunted patriotism.”

Adamu Olamide Ahmed ‏@AdamuOlamide concluded that “@sundayooliseh this is unpatrotic and unprofessional. you ought to finish the journey which you started and not turning back midway.”

Meanwhile, despite these negative reactions, some Nigerians still believe Oliseh was right to quit.
RightsAfrica wrote using ‏@chairmanNHRC that “Congratulations @SundayOOliseh. It’s never ok for employers to breach contracts and owe workers. That’s been standard fair at NFA.”

Charles Osei Asibey ‏said: “@SundayOOliseh the principled are often not given the chance to deliver. Massa, you pay your dues.

Oladimeji Olanrewaju ‏said that “we don’t respect contracts in this country, respect ur decision all the way.Thanks for your contribution to Nigerian Football.”

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  1. sola olaniyi

    February 26, 2016 at 2:45 PM

    long expected

  2. my lady

    February 26, 2016 at 3:13 PM

    u can’t beat a child and expect him not to cry. he has had enough! he is human naaa

  3. Amazon

    February 26, 2016 at 7:09 PM

    Keshi still remains the best coach Nigeria had

  4. John Emeka

    February 26, 2016 at 9:40 PM

    Dis z not d due time 2 resign..hw can u dump d eagle like dat at dis period of time.. Dis really mean u never hv interest of nigeria football at heart, u re in wen z favourable and out wen it seems uncondusive.. wot a shame

  5. D Hunter

    February 27, 2016 at 5:37 AM

    Too much pressure.

  6. Maryf

    February 27, 2016 at 11:41 AM

    Every thing in life happens for a reason, maybe his resigning will open a good door for lucks on the side of the super eagles.

  7. Mae

    February 28, 2016 at 9:25 PM

    Right from the start,I knew he won’t last long as Nigerian coach… An authoritative human being,always want to do his wish.. I called his resignation “madness of the highest order”… What’s the pressure there? He’s afraid to coach against Egypt… How can a coach only meet his players like 2 days before any match? After the match,straight to Belgium… He should stay there, probably coach a club there… The fans here won’t take any rubbish…

  8. chyna

    February 29, 2016 at 3:16 PM

    na them sabi

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