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Oliseh Thrilled With Football Development Roadmap Role

Oliseh Thrilled With Football Development Roadmap Role

Former Super Eagles coach and captain Sunday Oliseh is thrilled with the new opportunity given him by the Federal Ministry of Youth and Sports Development to serve Nigerian football again.

Oliseh was last week named in a 17-man committee constituted by the Ministry on the directives of President Muhammadu Buhari for a ten year developmental roadmap for Nigerian football.

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President Buhari had informed a delegation from FIFA led by its President Gianni Infantino when they visited him in Abuja last week that the committee is reflective of the government’s drive to continue to provide a conducive  environment for the growth of the game in Nigeria.

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In a post on one of his social media networking platforms, Oliseh wrote about how pleased he is to be part of such an important assignment.

“Pleased to confirm that I have accepted the gracious invitation by our Fatherland’s President  Buhari’s charge, in the company of 16 top compatriots, via our Sports Ministry, to produce a Ten-Year football development masterplan for dear Nigeria. Honoured to serve Nigeria once again.”

Sunday Oliseh, an Olympic gold medallist and Africa Cup of Nations winner played for the Super Eagles between 1993 and 2002.

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  • Chima E Samuels 1 month ago

    Oliseh is a source of pride to my local government. We lead by example and don’t take shi….

     
  • Oakfield 1 month ago

    Why wouldn’t u graciously accept it when you’ve been jobless for close to five years now. Lets just Hope u don’t scamper from your duty post when the heat gets too much in the kitchen. A leopard can never ever change it’s spots. Na we dy here when e go begin happen, only time will tell. Na sentiments go kill us for this country otherwise I see no reason why u should be included in the board going by your bad man management skills and track record

     
    • Adeyemi 1 month ago

      I wonder how many Nigerians reason. First, not all former Nigeria soccer players will go back to coaching and does not mean they can’t have opinions. We have limited clubs and as such its impossible for all players to be coaches regardless of the country. Second, Oliseh is in his 50s. He doesn’t have to work if he managed his money well. He might have investments and doesn’t require him to work in his life again. Pray for God’s blessing that you do not have to work for people again.

       
  • pompei 1 month ago

    He who fights and runs away, lives to fight another day.
    He came, he saw, he ran away.
    Now, he is back again.
    Congrats to Sunny “Pick Race” Oliseh on his new assignment. Let’s hope he won’t ABANDON SHIP again when the going gets tough 🙂 🙂 🙂

     
    • Lolzzzzz… So na my own Sunday bomber Oliseh Una don turn to sunny pick race Oliseh. Dis thing Una dey take lo good ooo. @ Dr Drey must hear this.

       
  • Oliseh, like many other Nigerians is entittled to his opinions. I don’t know why people are criticizing him. Let him be.

     
    • Frank Opotoboruwe 1 month ago

      Oliseh own dey too much. Na so so talk talk no action.

       
    • pompei 1 month ago

      LOL. You contradict yourself.
      Those criticizing Oliseh are also entitled to their own opinions, are they not?
      So you too, let them be!