Oliseh resigns as S’Eagles Head Coach

Aisha John-Mark with Agency report

The Head Coach of the Nigerian Super Eagles, Sunday Oliseh, has resigned from his job after seven months in charge. Oliseh announced his resignation in the early hours of Friday via his Twitter handle .
“I feel fortunate, blessed and eternally grateful for having had the honour to Play, Captain & Coach this great Nation of ours, Nigeria,” Oliseh said.
The Nigeria Football Federation NFF Secretary General, Mohammed Sanusi has confirmed the resignation of the coach.
The Chairman, NFF’s Technical and Development Committee, Chris Green, said on Thursday that this development was for easy coordination.
In July 2015, Sunday Oliseh, was unveiled in Abuja by the Nigeria Football Federation (NFF) as the new head Coach of the Super Eagles after the sack of another international, Stephen Keshi.
Oliseh’s resignation comes after he penned down a 5 year contract.
According to Amaju Pinnick, the President of the NFF, Oliseh was selected because of his high intellectual capacity in coaching and recommendations by FIFA.
The Super Eagles next match is a Nations Cup qualifier against the Pharaohs of Egypt on March 25.