Friday, February 26, 2016

Nigerians react to Sunday Oliseh resigning as Super Eagles Coach

Sunday Oliseh just announced his resignation as Super Eagles Chief Coach and some Nigerians reacted to the news. Read some of their tweets below:





 

82 comments:

Eric Nesty aka LIB'S FINEST said...

Okay..


#FINEST

Anonymous said...

Shameful: See What A Girl And The Lecturer Was Caught Doing In The Office

Uzo said...

Na him cup of coffee and bottle of zobo

Dunelsty cck said...

Rubbish

Ojoifa Faniyi said...

Naija never carry last... chai.! people nvr sleep o

STERN said...

ONIGBIDE must be a very happy and fulfilled man now. OLISEH WAS BORN TO SHINE AND WILL KEEP SHINING WHETHER YOU LIKE IT OR NOT.

NaijaDeltaBabe said...

I expected deir reactions. I dnt kuku understand anything in sports


...merited happiness

abisoye ologbenla said...

Not bothered

Anonymous said...

Aje butter coach,It's better for u oo..Nigerian football too get wahala, na Steven Keshi fit dem

Babylawyer. said...

They should shut their mouth abeg. When people remain in their job when being owed. Why won't Govt. Continue owing.

@Lindaikeji No. I FAN

Anonymous said...

Oliseh is not and was never the man for the job. "Pro re nata" the super eagles need a messiah. With coaching, experience is a must-have.

IG @alittlebitofwork forgive any typos, I use autocorrect.

Solomon Chukwuka said...

Pathetic
...

Oluwasegun Akinbamowo said...

Soldier go, soldier come.

Nnenne George said...

Chai!... Sorry.. But the position is for the strong.. Not for a confused man.

iamkyno743@gmail.com (what is Linda Ikeji's native name)? said...

Siasia ti take over

Y.F.C. Omrex said...

Fear fear badmouth coach good riddens.

Anonymous said...

This dude is too hotheaded to lead Super Eagles, after chasing away all our players and knew that he won't get a draw against Egypt, he now resigned, Shame on you!

Charles Okafor said...

Ehyaa.. From day one, NFF didnt let him rest, having him trouble always.
I hate NFF, brood of vipers
















Enugu's second shoe designer

anonymous said...

It is crystal clear Oliseh have mental issues. First it was witchcraft that was pursuing him, then he was poisoned to go seek medical attention abroad and his erratic rants on social media. The spirit of Enyeama is against him. This is what Nigerians get when the right people are not put in position of privilege. The NFF members should all resign in shame for putting our football in great ridicule.

Tundebrown Ademuyiwa said...

Oyamilenuo

Shy Kachy said...

Dis man jux wanted d title Coach added to his resume dats all

Jamila Shaibu said...

Too long....






Aunty Linda borrow me money

Engee said...

Nigerians are mouthed, see some jab. Well olisa you really didn't do well at all and I am sorry to say that you won't be missed. Nff no supposed employ you in the first place cos you are not an experienced coach yet.

Sipping my hennessy

lucky boss said...

Bloody coward

Ndubisi Tochukwu said...

Controversial man.


#LibBadBoy

DJ Cnior said...

whatever your reasons are, that was cowardly.

Juliet Iwuno said...

He has seen dat it is not a child's play. Linda take note!

Beckham 2016 said...

We need to change our orientationnin in dis country,must we continue thinking like dis,he decided to quit for reasons best knwn to him as a coach doesn't mean he is a fool NFF shld look inwards ,we r so corrupt not everybody has d nerve to put up with these things that goes on behind closed door

ramsey djibri said...

well if that is your decision so be it because speaking the truth in this country is an offce.hope you will have another appointment soon....love you guy

Anonymous said...

Now u can go back to Dstv and make stupid analysis. I remember u criticized Stephen keshi. I guess u. Tot coaching Nigeria was synonymous to sittin inside an AC fitted studio and analyzin brash. Foolish man! To hell with U.

Anthony Sylvanus said...

Noted

Demmy said...

He's indeed a coward.

Olawale Oreofero said...

To Hell with NFF.... Time will Tell.

Paul Ocheke said...

He is a big fool with him stupid lips. Please go we dont want you anymore... Double your hustle

Nelly Uwaifo said...

Sunday Oliseh knows that he has not got what it takes to coach the super Eagles he shouldn't have canvass for the job in the first place,he simply chicken out at a very wrong time he needs to apologize to Nigerians for taking the job in the first place without a genuine pedigree,

OMIDAN ABBY said...

It's his wish, that's wat he wants..
Some pple talks too much!

hrm paul ojeih said...

Good riddance to. Bad rubbish. Nff should sue him he is resigning ahead of an important match dis guy has bi polar disorder

Anonymous said...

Olive his not competent to handle the super eagles in the first instant. It's only in an overly corrupt organisation like NFF that this kind of appointment can happen. Good riddance to bad rubbish. We need a cool headed person as eagles coach. Siasia fits this picture better. On the other hand, let the NFF do it's own part in paying whatever is due to coaches and players. What is EFCC waiting for, to visit this corrupt bunch in NFF.

Mighty Mike said...

Bravo Sunny! If I am you I will do more by taking the authorities to court. Please disregard those Nigerians writing negative things against you personality. You are a top flying and respected professional. Any person that remembers the sacrifices you gave your beloved country Nigeria during your playing days NOBODY will object to your decision today. We know the rubbish in the football house. Even people that can not spell football are talking. Bro Sunny you are a Nigeria hero any day.

Adenike Bamigboye said...

His mad,his too proud of himself

Mighty Mike said...

Sunday Oliseh is a top flying football professional any day. He is a true Nigeria hero. He has his name to protect and not to give in to unpatriotic and cheap people

dee boi said...

Make we see road jhare... dee

lee jones said...

This country and their myopic reasoning...Damn! One go,second follow without even carrying you an assignment,then the other day,some chairman was exchanging blow with another dude at a meeting? Now to Nigerians,many called him names already,he was criticized before he even started,he lost a game and all of his family members,even those he hasn't met must have shared out of the curse naija people rained on him..Choi!,as if that wasn't enough,he still would need to deal with players that are undisciplined...Damn the job,damn the country...they blab as if we honor our heroes past,they bluff like they there is a Rashidi Yekini road in Abuja or anything in place at all to celebrate our legends..Nice move Oliseh..You can't die for a country that can't save you!mumu people.. Anuofia!

SongsOfSUSSAN said...

Oliseh has nothing to offer. It beats my imagination, that NFF sacked Kechi who has won many competitions only to replace him with Olise.

LINUX ALHASSAN said...

Good for the nff

Hector Patrick said...

He was billed to fail anyway,infact with our eyes wide open,we have planned not to qaulify for the fort coming Afcon,cos I don't see us beating Egypt with this quagmire we find ourselves in,what a shame!!who will bail the cat!!

Prince Nickel said...

Heeeeeeeeeeh! Linda, why is my own twit not posted like others? Search for it and re-post oh.

alex Rednaxela said...

Sunday Oliseh! The man who saw the future. I kinda respect his person, he knows his worth. I'm sure he's going to get a coaching job soon.

Please let's not mistake self-worth for arrogance. Though they appear similar but are entirely different.

chommy said...

Seen. Linda observe!

alex Rednaxela said...

Sunday Oliseh! The man who saw the future. I kinda respect his person, he knows his worth. I'm sure he's going to get a coaching job soon.

Please let's not mistake self-worth for arrogance. Though they appear similar but are entirely different.

suleiman mansur said...

I think this is best for his health and peace of mind for his family,the criticism is jst too much,the nff don't know what they want.....

Anonymous said...

Nigerians will always have something to say, leave d poor guy alone... All of u can talk till eternity, he has made his decision!

Anonymous said...

It is well...#bringbackourstevenkeshi

adoye emmanuel said...

Too much disturb and corruption so d man has 2 quit Linda take note

Akeem Yekini said...

Gud for him

Ovi Banks said...

He shud resign jor. Proud fool. Allahu Akbar

The Nigerian said...

Why was Oliseh even hired. After chasing away all the players now you are resigning.

Anon said...

Incompetent coach...Good riddance

Adaobilinda her sexcellency said...

This fainted tweets...

Chi chi said...

I heard he criticised Keshi bitterly when he coached super eagles.

Guess he found out it's a very hot shoes to fill. God bless Stephen Keshi!

Joyous babe,Linda ikeji first cousin said...

Good for him,he is not d best man for the job.

yeyeoba said...

Sunday if didn't be the stomach for it why take the job you hustled for this job for this job for so long and now small head you just quite what a looser

jaiyeoba david said...

Oliseh, you try jare... resignation is better than sack. Lesson for all. when you see sack coming in your office, you better resign

Naj said...

All he knows is to womanise, braggard! Bye Felicia.

Ebere Nwabueze said...

You people should free the guy jareh,the juju in that NFF is too much,anybody that can stand the heat should take over,his life is still precious to him

Anonymous said...

Lets get José mourinho to replace him jare

Luciana Chinda said...

He should do that very fast.

christiana christiana said...

Abeg make una leave am na by force

He has given his reasons


Kk?

#spritual

christiana christiana said...

Lol

Kuku??


#spritual

Anonymous said...

Oliseh dont mind them o jare.its better u resign than for u to allow them turn u to muumuu

Lawrence okoro said...

I have always been an admirer of Sunday Oliseh when he analyses football as a pundit.We should all learn a lesson from this as it requires experience to lead as a head coach of a footballing nation like Nigeria. Personally I don't think he has erred a great deal as to resigning but I also don't think his timing was right. The NFF in particular has not helped in all of this,it football federation has always been looking out for a moment to mistake to lash on the coach instead to weighing in their support morally and financially. Guess we are back to the old ways of handling our footballing affairs. The NFF could take responsibility for some of these things. Now they want to swing in with a new coach and negotiate a fresh contract that will put some fat cash in their never filled pockets. Yes Oliseh has resigned why can't the NFF board members resign also for putting Nigerian football is such disarray? Pinnick and his boys has some questions to answer to in the near future.

Welson said...

Foreign coaches are usually the best, because they won't be tribal or tend to favor a section of the country or certain individuals in the society. I am not a fan of Oliseh, and I must say, he is not an option to me if you ask. However, I do know there will pressure on him from certain quarters. It's a shame this is happening now that we have serious games and and a continental tournament coming up soon. The picture why Vincent the team formal goalkeeper left will now surface. I guess more gist will come up in the days ahead. And good-luck to Oliseh in his coaching career.

Oshios Baba said...

He is crazy

Vivian Reginalds said...

Trust my Nigerians hehe Abeg pack and go
-D great anonymous now as Vivian Reginalds

Anaigbo said...

SUNDAY OLISEH HOW FAR,MY NAME IS OGOCHUKWU BUT I AM NOT IBO:)THAT TEAM IS SUPER EAGLES BUT I AM NO MORE THE COACH.IF YOU INSULT THE DIGNITY OF YOUR PEOPLE HOPING TO BE LIKED MORE BY OTHERS MAKES YOU LAUGHABLE.LESSONS LEARNT.FAREWELL

Psalmuelle aka Samstone. said...

At last, he resigned. Thank God. Caused so much drama less than a year as the super eagles coach.

#LIB ADDICT#

Anonymous said...

Stephen Keshi maturely dealt with NFA,Olisehs body language failed him

adedapo Fetuga said...

U know nothing, dnt was d man said came to pass.

adedapo Fetuga said...

Really. Sake u fall my hand. U are a very good analyst and u dissect an entire match which an average Nigerian fan can do. D only thing dey don't av is d coach license. U av. I assumed u in d calibre of other internationals in diff. countries who assumed same post. But u started making d who g step from day one when make statement abt set of players u inviting n later modify d statement to suit some players. U went on wit ur captains issues, later d Chan issue statement and ur salary etc. Coach u are not d first coach or even expatriates that was owed or will be owe. U knew d system b4 u came and u agreed, even so many Nigerians were against you. U knew our football federation is bn sponsored by the govt.even wit d so called repilled law and the campaign lie d new president made that he will be self sufficient wit fund from sponsors. U knew all this and u ones played in the system. So many coaches came and sacrifices their time and energy irrespective. Of prompt salary, Suaibu amount, Christian chukwu, Samson siesta, Steven Keshia, salisu Yusuf etc locally and westerhof clemens, Joe Bonfrere, thjis librate, etc from d foreign countries. I fought everyone in my community in d social media, office, home and friends that u are the best we could ever have but I was proofed wrong from ur first media briefing.
Well resignation.tells me u are not here for sacrifices, u are scared and it shows u are not ripe n matured for the magnitude of job . I thought you could weather the storm and move ahead but u chicken out.
Best of luck in ur future endeavor

manity idemetuk said...

He saw the handwriting on his destiny wall and acted accordinly ....hope siasia recalls enyeama and co and get down to work Egypt beckons.......

manity idemetuk said...

He saw the handwriting on his destiny wall and acted accordinly ....hope siasia recalls enyeama and co and get down to work Egypt beckons.......

David Adah said...

I respect u bro
All the best in your future endeavour

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