NFF In Talks With Sunday Oliseh To Become New Super Eagles Coach

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Ex-Super Eagles midfielder  Sunday Oliseh is reportedly set to become the head coach of the Super Eagles.

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Talks are said to be advanced between the NFF and Oliseh, who won 63 caps for the Eagles.

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40-year old Oliseh will be taking over from a former Super Eagles star like himself, Stephen Keshi, who was sacked on Saturday.

Keshi was sacked after an investigation into his alleged interest in managing the Ivory Coast national team, and Oliseh will certainly be hoping for better days.

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Oliseh has very little coaching experience, having managed for only one year between 2008 and 2009 in the Belgium Lower League.

The former Borrusia Dortmund is one of the greatest players to ever play for the Super Eagles, winning the African Nations Cup in 1994 and the Olympic gold medal in Atlanta in 1996.

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