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Oliseh Hails Bayern’s Champions League Triumph Vs PSG

Oliseh Hails Bayern’s Champions League Triumph Vs PSG

Former Super Eagles head coach Sunday Oliseh has hailed Bayern Munich following the German club’s 1-0 win against Paris Saint-Germain in the UEFA Champions League final on Sunday night.

Kingsley Coman netted the winning goal, heading home from Joshua Kimmich’s cross in the second half.

“The Germans(Bayern Munich)once again excel thanks to better organisation,foresight & hard-work.Re-started before every other league with such a scenario in mind.Looked physically better with a clear game plan & got lucky too. They just won the Treble! League,Cup & ECL #PSGBayern,” Oliseh tweeted.

Bayern Munich have now won the Champions League six times in their storied history.

Hansi Flick’s side kept five clean sheets on their way to lifting the trophy.

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  • Dr. Drey. 14 hours ago

    Hehehehehe….jealous twitter guadiolas jump at every opportunity to congratulate everyone else except their own brothers Ndubuisi Egbo and Ed Newton (the real African guadiolas) who are charting a new course for black coaches and the entire black race. Shocking…!
    As a African adage says, success evades him who hates it visiting his neighbour

     
  • Emmanuel 13 hours ago

    @Dr.Drey, after reading the Interview with Chidi Nwanu, I discovered the true state of the relationship between the 1994 class of Super Eagles.It is a case of the evil that men do coming to hunt them.Some of them will struggle for a long time to come and see some genuine one succeeding such as Egbo as threats.

    No other reason can be suggested by this guys for refusing to congratulate their own except for the aforementioned, coupled with fact that they don’t love this nation truly from their mind,they are merely playing eye service.From that interview with Chidi,my eyes and mind became opened to the reality and the kind of evil this guys did to this country,while we praise and hallow them as the best team in the history of Nigeria,but in actual sense they could have done more if not for their evil attitute and actions in 1994 world cup.

    I actually feel hurt and pained that some of the guys that came back to coach the Eagles are also some of the enemies of this country.Well I will hold my thought here and live the rest for God to judge.

     
    • Oakfield 13 hours ago

      Yeah @ Emmanuel, I actually read the interview as well. My jaws dropped at his revelations. It’s really a pathetic story. And like u said, his cold stance towards his brothers is not far fetched from what Chidi nwanu said. Even the death of Sam okwaraji has become questionable going by the utterances of some of his colleagues after his death as revealed by Chidi. The truth will always come out no matter how long it is concealed.

       
    • Dr. Drey. 11 hours ago

      I can relate with your disgust my brother. It got so bad by 1998 that Amokachi described the team as the worst SE he ever played in. Uche Okafor said he felt so much relief after we crashed out 1-4 to Denmark. Mutiu Adepoju affirmed that he couldnt just wait for the SE to crash out so he can leave camp.

      That era was the era that created mafias, primadonas, Na-me-sabi-pass cliques in the SE. Its still that attitude some of them have till today that makes them feel they are better than others and feel entitled to be celebrated ahead of the rest. I could remember Oliseh bragging about having UEFA pro license (circa 2012 when NFF was to interview Keshi, Oliseh and Siasia for the Eagles job), when in actual fact Adepoju and Amuneke had bagged theirs before him and didnt disturb our peace about it….we all saw how he almost killed the SE with is arrogance and attitude and ran away jump ship when the ship was about to sink.

      Your brothers win league and cup in Europe…not even a word of felicitation…he goes on to win away from home in the UCL (the first time any black coach will do so)…not a word. Maybe in his mind, these ones are below his class. LMAO.

      Egbo will line up his boys against red star belgrade again tonight, lets see if twitter guadiola will have a change of heart this time…Lol

      In the words of the great Chinua Achebe:

      “… When we gather together in the moonlit village ground it is not because of the moon. Every man can see it in his own compound. We come together because it is good for kinsmen to do so……”

      Our elders will say He who looks for the downfall of others should be careful else he trips and falls himself.

       
  • Oakfield 13 hours ago

    Lol…. Dis guy is just a disgrace to himself and nigerian elite football. His stomach is just full of jealousy anf hatred. Jobless man….. How can he be so quick to congratulate others so faraway from him, having no links with him whatsoever and forget his own brothers who are making giant strides in European football. I’m totally disappointed in him, honestly.