Abuja - Ahead of his first task as the Super Eagles coach,
Sunday Oliseh is expressing optimism about his chances to start on a good note.
Oliseh has been working with the home based players for the
last two weeks and is set to be joined by the overseas based lads this week,
and says he is optimistic, but must see all the players to know how optimistic
he should be.
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"I'm optimistic," Oliseh stated confidently.
"We have to get everybody on ground to know how optimistic we should be
but we are also realistic to know we have to get the train on track first, so
gradually we're starting," he said.
The 40-year old former Super Eagles captain has already
listed six out of the 23 invited home based players that will travel to
Dar-es-Salaam for the 2017 AFCON qualifier game, and will be joined by their
overseas based counterparts.
Conspicuously missing from the six home based players listed
is striker Gbolahan Salami, who couldn't return on time with his international
passport, having been permitted to travel to Lagos to retrieve it from the
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