Tuesday, 8 September 2015


Oliseh says he's not a magician & Super Eagles is rebuilding.

Africa cup of Nations Sunday Oliseh.

Sunday Oliseh
How many times are Nigeria gonna rebuild the Super Eagles? Everything seems to be about rebuilding.If you keep tearing down an uncompleted building,when are you gonna finish the rebuilding? I blame Keshi for all this.Cos he built a team that just needed to be maintained,yet cos of his ego and whatever else was going on,he kept rebuilding and tearing that team apart.Now we are all in a mess! Now Sunday Oliseh is starting his own
rebuilding,frankly i am fed up with it all and sadly the Super Eagles is the one paying the price! Oh,and Nigerians as well.

Africa cup of Nations Sunday Oliseh.
Sunday Oliseh's first outing at the Nigeria-Tanzania match which ended goalless this past weekend was not a reat one and he should be thankful our goal keeper was in form.Now the newly appointed Coach of the Super Eagles Sunday Oliseh says he is not a magician and that patience will be needed to achieve the desired results from the Super Eagles.Haven't we heard it all before? Sunday Oliseh particularly is to blame for the Tanzanian result.You don't play a competitive match that is towards qualification for a major tournament by experimenting! There are so many players Oliseh should have called that he didn't.You can't play an inexperienced team in a serious game,you bed them in little by little.So much inexperience is costing us matches.
I like Sunday Oliseh but he really has to realise he is truly no magician quickly just as he suggested.Cos when you start dropping players who can help the team so early,you really must think you are a magician.

This is what Sunday Oliseh said below at a press conference at Hotel Presidential, Port Harcourt ahead of Tuesday’s friendly with the Mena of Niger Republic.:

“I have said it over and over that I am no magician. We have to come to accept the hard fact that we are not right there at the top, at the moment. No doubt, we have potential, and based on the unity I have seen amongst the players, and the willingness to work hard and accomplish, we will get back to the top in good time. We are building a new team, and patience is required. It is like starting from the scratch, because the fact is that we didn’t qualify for the last Africa Cup of Nations. However, I have the confidence that this group will make Nigeria proud again.”he said


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