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Oliseh Congratulates Arsenal, Arteta Over FA Cup Final Win

Oliseh Congratulates Arsenal, Arteta Over FA Cup Final Win

Former Nigeria international Sunday Oliseh has congratulated Arsenal and Mikel Arteta for winning the Emirates FA Cup on Saturday, Completesports.com reports.

Arsenal came from a goal down to beat Chelsea 2-1 thanks to Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang’s double strikes.

Chelsea had taken the lead inside five minutes through Christian Pulisic who became the first ever American to score in the FA Cup final.

Also Read: Arteta Dedicates Arsenal’s FA Cup Win Vs Chelsea To Guardiola

It was a record 14th FA Cup title for Arsenal which they last won in 2017 also beating Chelsea in the final.

Also, the win means Arsenal have qualified for next season’s UEFA Europa League.

Reacting to the win, Oliseh praised the team for ending on a positive note after a difficult season.

“Congrats & Respect to Arsenal & coach,Arteta,” the former Super Eagles coach wrote on his Twitter handle.

“What seemed a season to forget just days ago, ends a  huge success for Arsenal: FA Cup winners,Europa Liga qualification,beat Liverpool and Holders Man. City.. extremely pleased 4 Arteta, who wins the FA as player & coach for Arsenal.”

By James Agberebi 

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COMMENTS

WORDPRESS: 8
  • Dr. Drey 24 hours ago

    Oga ‘Twitter african guadiola’, when will you congratulate your own brothers, the real African Guadiolas, who just won the league in Albania (the first black man to win a league title in Europe) as well as the one who just won the Turkish cup, (the 1st black man to win a cup in Europe).

     
    • Oakfield 23 hours ago

      No mind am!!!!! I was about to say same thing before I saw your post,
      @drey. U just took words out of my mouth . Dont mind those wicked idiots. He’s quick to congratulate arsenal and the likes but jealousy, envy and hatred have prevented him from congratulating his brothers who achieved great feats as coaches. What a shame!!! Even the so called ex cricket international who always claims he’s a sport pan africanist has failed to do same, at least come up with a stunning article promoting our brothers’ great feats all bcs it’s against his stupid and foolish principle of “they can coach without pre requisite qualifications bcs they are ex internationals”. It’s been up to about 2 weeks now and counting since these great feats of our brothers but nothing encouraging has come from people who many look up to as role models. How absurd!!!! And yet, some people will come out say they are “legends”. Amokochi came out and asked why everybody is quiet about their achievements bcs their jealousy was just so glaring. This is hypocrisy at it’s peak! And yet, some people would blame whites as the main root of our problems by citing racism but the reverse is the case. The black race is wicked and too jealous and that is why we are where we are today in the scheme of things in the world. Nonsense.

       
      • Actually your so called ex cricket international did

        https://www.completesports.com/odegbami-black-lives-matter/

        Always do your findings before writing.

         
      • GLORY 20 hours ago

        @ Drey n Oakfield, I truly concur with your submissions regarding Oliseh congratulating the Guardiolas/ Arteta and not coming out to do same to Egbo. It’s quite sad and detasteful. We should be supportive of our own but maybe he Oliseh is only expressing his disappointment/frustration of not getting some support when he went through that injustice in the Dutch league, where he was about to achieve same feat but was denied the opportunity, after working so hard to get really close. That not withstanding, I think without whipping too much sentiment about this, Oliseh and others should learn to be strong and supportive towards one another, if ever African/ black coaches are to get rid of this evil cloak of joblessness off them.

         
        • Oakfield 9 hours ago

          O yeah, I’ve seen it but let me remind him that the guy he is now praising fully paid his dues. He went true the very rudiments of coaching before being able to attain success. He didn’t wait for food to be passed to him all bcs he was an ex international as he (the ex cricket) suggested.

           
  • Kenny 17 hours ago

    Ndubuisi Egbo is blessed. Charity begins at home so we should learn to appreciate our own.