Nigerians woke up on Friday morning to the news that Super Eagles coach, Sunday Oliseh, has resigned citing contract violations, lack of support and unpaid wages as the reason behind his actions.
Nigerians have been quick to compare Oliseh who resigned after seven months on the job with his predecessor and former Nigeria international Stephen Keshi, reminding him that the “Big Boss” endured far worse than Oliseh yet stayed on the job for over three years.
— Ayo (@OyewaleAyo) February 26, 2016
Keshi is still the best Nigerian coach in recent times
— Chuma (@Chu_moni) February 26, 2016
Whatever Oliseh saw
Keshi saw worse
— Egbuna (@A_gbu_na) February 26, 2016
Steven keshi,siasia,shuaibu Amodu have always endured NFA stupidity and abuse.always putting patriotism ahead of personal gains!
— Chudi||EZENWANKWO (@abbarlog) February 26, 2016
The next time we hv a coach like Keshi again Nigerians wud appreciate… Oliseh didn't suffer a quarter wat Keshi did.
— Chu (@achara_chu) February 26, 2016
@ebuka_akara he should have resigned when he was owed 1-2 months. This stage is crucial in qualifications. He's a coward. Keshi was owed
— Il Padrino (@Sodjee) February 26, 2016
Stephen Keshi We Are Sorry For Demeaning Your Achievements With The Super Eagles
— EFFA (@effalixumab) February 26, 2016