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Ezeugo faults Oliseh’s appointment

18 July 2015, 17:35

Abuja - Former Super Eagles defender Emeka Ezeugo has faulted the appointment of Sunday Oliseh as the Super Eagles coach.

The 47-year old, who was teammates with Oliseh in the Super Eagles, said the process through which Oliseh was employed by the Nigeria Football Federation was faulty, adding that the position should have been advertised when Stephen Keshi was fired.

“Sunday Oliseh is not the right man for the job because the process that brought him in was faulty,” Ezeugo said.

“He is the best man for the job for those who hired him so we have to take it like that but the process was faulty. Due process was not followed.

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“The position should have been advertised for interested candidates to tender their applications and then they can shortlist maybe three,” he stressed.

Speaking further, Ezeugo said he has nothing against Oliseh and wish him well, but insists the process could have been better.

“Don’t get me wrong I have nothing against Oliseh but the process that brought him in was faulty but I wish him well,” he added.
Oliseh’s first assignment as the Super Eagles coach comes in September, when the Taifa Stars of Tanzania hosts the Super in Eagles in an Africa Cup of Nations qualifier.


- News24


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