- Sunday Oliseh has claimed that he could return to coach the Super Eagles of the NFF chiefs are ready
- The former Juventus star was in charge of the Super Eagles in 2015 and spent only 8 months before he resigned
- Jose Peseiro is currently the gaffer of the Super Eagles and he is expected to lead the team to next AFCON
Former Nigeria international Sunday Oliseh has stated clearly that he could still return as the coach of the Super Eagles only if his terms and conditions are met by the NFF chiefs.
NFF chiefs are the ones in charge of all football matters in Nigeria and they are saddled with the responsibility of hiring coaches for all the national teams.
Oliseh was hired as the Super Eagles coach in 2015 by the former NFF president, Amaju Pinnick, but his reign as the gaffer of the three-time African champions did not last.
The former midfielder spent only eight months as coach of the Super Eagles before he walked away and was replaced with Gernot Rohr.
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Why did Sunday Oliseh resign as the Super Eagles coach?
When Oliseh tendered his resignation, he made it clear that he was no longer comfortable working with the Nigerian Football Federation chiefs.
Oliseh also had frosty relationship with goalkeeper Vincent Enyeama which forced the former Enyimba captain to retire from the national team.
According to the report on Complete Sports, Oliseh explained that he would return as Super Eagles coach if the NFF chiefs are ready.
Sunday Oliseh's reaction about the Super Eagles
“My priority is to get Nigeria back to the top.
” I will handle the Super Eagles if the person employing has the interest of Nigeria at heart.''
Omeruo scores wonder goal for Leganes in win over tough opponents
Earlier, Sports Brief had reported how Kenneth Omeruo on Sunday evening, 9 October, scored a fine goal for his side Leganes in an away 2-1 win over Cartagena to end their winless run this season.
Going into this battle against Cartagena, Omeruo and his teammates had failed to win any of their last four games, in which they lost three and drew 1.
Leganes' players were however determined to get something nice against Cartagena and they did themselves lots of good by recording a win even though they had to come back from a goal down.
There was no goal between these two sides in the first half, but Cartagena came out stronger in the second half and took the lead in the 55th minute through Borja Valle.