Super Eagles coach Sunday Oliseh has had a very eventful week to say the least. Between the fallout with goalkeeper Vincent Enyeama, and the 2-0 loss to DR Congo, the heat has been turned up on Oliseh.
In this interview with NFF media officer, Oluwatoyin Ibitoye, he has finally come out to tell his side of the story about his conflict with Enyeama, that saw the goalie leave camp, and then retire 24 hours later.
“Its puzzling really because it because to say the least I am very hurt, I am very disappointed at the character assassination that Vincent has taken on my personality as regards this issue. If you want to retire, retire. You don’t have to drag and lie and insult somebody who did nothing. I will take you down to when this thing. We called everybody to camp We invited 24 players and most of the players, infact even Mikel came in on Sunday Night. He was supposed to be here on Monday which was very good. and most of the players came in on Monday but I knew Vincent had gone for the burial ceremony of his mum, that he might come in late.
He came into camp on Tuesday afternoon by 5.20 or 5.30, just as the training was almost over he drove in from the airport and there are even pictures that we snapped of me hugging him because I was happy to see him back in camp.
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