Abuja - Sunday Oliseh has been unveiled as coach of the Super Eagles by the Nigeria Football Federation (NFF) in a brief ceremony in Abuja on Wednesday.
During the unveiling ceremony, NFF president Amaju Pinninck expressed optimism that the former Eagles captain will do well, describing him as the Pep Guardiola of Africa.
"When I met him he had already compiled a list of 70 players we don't even know about. It shows we are on the right track.” Pinnick said.
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The multi-lingual Oliseh, who played professionally in Italy, Belgium, the Netherlands and Germany, and won Olympic football gold, Africa Cup of Nations gold, silver and bronze and played in two FIFA World Cup final competitions, signed a three-year contract with an option for an additional another year.
Oliseh will earn a monthly pay of N5m, same salary as immediate past Coach Stephen Keshi.
Oliseh played for Reggiana, FC Cologne, Ajax Amsterdam, Juventus, Borussia Dortmund, VFL Bochum and RC Genk in a magnificent professional career, during which he played under some of the best coaches in the universe.
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