Ex Nigeria skipper Sunday Oliseh has taken to online networking to explain articulations about never instructing the Super Eagles again.
In February 2016, a month prior to an Africa Cup of Nations qualifier against Egypt, the previous Ajax Amsterdam and Juventus midfielder ventured down as Super Eagles mentor, refering to contract infringement, absence of help from the Nigeria Football Federation and unpaid wages.
On the off chance that Olsieh’s most recent proclamation is anything to pass by, there is still ill will among himself and the authority of the Nigerian Federation, with the 1994 AFCON victor recommending that remote mentors employed by the NFF have preferred working conditions over the neighborhood mentors.
“It has been brought as far as anyone is concerned some bogus understandings that are being given to the meeting I provided for the Punch on Instagram two days prior so I think it important to explain certain things,” Oliseh said on Instagram.
“To begin with I will never forsake my nation Nigeria, I am a pleased Nigerian and I will consistently be accessible to support my nation.
“What I said plainly on this meeting was that I was inquired as to whether I was proposed on the off chance that I would acknowledge to return to mentor the Super Eagles.
“What I might want to explain is that as long as the sitution is at is presently, as long our own residents are not being given the correct treatment and are not being permitted to get a similar working conditions like outsiders get when they come to mentor our homeland I am not keen on training.”
While Oliseh was training the Super Eagles, he gave worldwide presentations to English Premier League stars Kelechi Iheanacho, Alex Iwobi and Wilfred Ndidi.