Since firing Stephen Keshi, the Nigerian Football Federation has been under pressure to find a new manager for the Super eagles and reports emanating from the glass house suggest that Sunday Oliseh could be the man to take the sit left vacant by his former teammate.
Oliseh is grossly inexperienced with his only managerial stint being a lower division side in Belgium and the former Super eagles captain was not very successful. Oliseh has however amassed a bunch of coaching licenses and has been very vocal about Nigerian football and the NFF are reportedly contemplating making the 40 year old put his money where his mouth is. Oliseh has a reputation in the game, as he has been part of FIFA and CAF study committees and is a well renowned television pundit.
The Super eagles would be looking for some stability soon as Amodu Shaibu resumes the duty of caretaker manager for the fourth time in his career.