European Giants Name Former Super Eagles Coach Sunday Oliseh As New Gaffer

European Giants Name Former Super Eagles Coach Sunday Oliseh As New Gaffer

  • German 4th tier division SV 19 Straelen have named former Super Eagles handler Sunday Oliseh as their new boss
  • The former Juventus midfielder is expected to sign a one-year deal with the mandate of him getting the side promoted
  • Recently, Sunday Oliseh disclosed in an interview that his target is to become a successful football manager

Former Super Eagles coach Sunday Oliseh will be returning into managing a club as German side SV Straelen have named the Nigerian as their new coach in what is a good development.

Since leaving Fortuna Sittard in 2018, Sunday Oliseh has been without a club although the Nigerian has been involving himself in punditry jobs.

According to the reports on Complete Sports and Thisday, Sunday Oliseh will sign a one-year deal with the side who are campaigning in the 4th tier of the German football.

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Sunday Oliseh, SV 19 Straelen, summer transfer, Super Eagles.
SV 19 Straelen name Sunday Oliseh as new gaffer.
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The reports added that SV Straelen president Hermann Tecklenburg disclosed that Sunday Oliseh will get a one-year contract.

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Hermann Tecklenburg's statement about Sunday Oliseh

“Yes, Sunday Oliseh will be our new coach. A good 14 days ago we had delicious asparagus at the Straelener Hof.
“That was a good conversation. In the last 24 hours we were also able to discuss an employment contract until June 30, 2023. On Wednesday 21 June, Sunday will lead the first practice session. We look forward to working together.”

Mutiu Adepoju reacts after Sunday Oliseh alleged Super Eagles ganged up against Rashidi Yekini at USA ’94

Earlier, Sports Brief had reported how the Audacity to Refuse book by Super Eagles legend Sunday Oliseh has continued to generate controversies after it was published on April 10, 2021.

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The book traces Oliseh's untold insider story from being a young footballer in Nigeria to starring in some of Europe’s greatest clubs.

It shares the former Juventus of Italy midfielder’s rise to worldwide fame while dealing with innumerable trials and tribulations.

Nigerian outlet Thisday reports that Oliseh had alleged in the book that there was a gang-up by senior members of the Eagles against Yekini before the World Cup.

The late Rashidi Yekini remains Nigeria’s all-time record scorer having scored 37 goals for the national team in 62 appearances.

Source: Sports Brief News

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