- Sunday Oliseh seems to have delved into something else barely a month after he resigned as coach of SV Straelen
- The former Super Eagles of Nigeria captain left the German club in August and has now flaunted his farm yard
- The former Super Eagles captain branded his farm as ‘Amazon-like’ as he showed off vegetables
Former Nigerian international Sunday Oliseh has flaunted his farm produce on social media as he expresses delight over his new achievement.
The former Super Eagles captain became famous following his incredible goal against Spain after helping Nigeria to defeat the Europeans 3-2 at the 1998 FIFA World Cup.
Oliseh branded his farm as ‘Amazon-like’ as he showed off vegetables and other crops that looked fresh.
He shared a picture of himself carrying a little bowl filled with different colours of tomatoes.
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The ex-midfielder noted that the tomatoes would be used to prepare Nigerian local soup.
“Feel blessed to still be able to run my private “Amazon-like” Farm at home. My own Afro space & spot in Belgium. Na “Naija” soup get Dis Tomatoes Today. Have a blessed Sunday Y’all."
Oliseh was appointed Super Eagles Coach in 2015 by the Nigeria Football Federation, NFF. He made impressive statistics of; 14 Games with 2 losses, scored 19 Goals and conceded 6 before he resigned.
Some of his followers have taken to the comment section to react. One said:
“Chief, you are doing well. Growing what we eat will eventually transform into growing what others will buy. Kudos! And welcome to the Agro space!”
“Are the vegetables organic or GMO? If they are organic bro send me some I no go mind o. Ajeh.”
Oliseh resigns as coach of German club SV Straelen
Former Nigerian international Sunday Oliseh has called German Regionalliga club SV Straelen to inform them of his resignation as the side's coach.
The former Super Eagles coach was in charge of the German Regionalliga team, SV Straelen, for barely two months before announcing his departure.
It was gathered that Fortuna Düsseldorf II defeated Straelen 2-0, with Oliseh utterly upset by his players’ performance during the encounter.
The former Borussia Dortmund star resigned after the team scored just one goal in five league games as they conceded seven times.
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