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Monday, February 8, 2016


•Demands N10m for accommodation from NFF.
Just as the zero hour approaches for the must win double header AFCON qualifier against the Pharaohs of Egypt on March 23, Sunday Oliseh the Nigeria Green Eagles team coach, has fled Nigeria.
A reliable source revealed the real reasons why he fled to his base in Belgium.
After contracting a virus in the course of one of his official assignments, camp sources informed that the former Juventus player alleged occultic manipulations by enemies on his life. And he has since vowed to flee far from the country to where the manipulators could not fly to attack him.
Close camp sources have this to say about Oliseh: “He is always scared in camp and suspicious of even members of his back room staff” a close source to the team revealed.
The source have it that the outspoken coach allegedly confronted his staff and warned them that there were many witches and wizards among them who were trying to undermine the success of the Eagles. “He also warned those fond of putting their hands in their pockets before shaking him to desist or keep their handshakes as he feared they
touch objects concealed in their pockets
before offering him an handshake” the source said further.
Also, the coach alleged that many of the people surrounding him do not believe in
the success of the Nigerian dream team, as he claimed that they don’t rejoice when the Eagles score goals.
Beyond the trivial accusations of witches and wizards, the source also gathered that the coach had written the Nigeria football federation to pay his outstanding N10 million accommodation fee as agreed in his contract(N5 million for 2015 and N5 million for 2016) if they want him to reside in Nigeria as he insisted he would no longer stay in hotels whenever the Super Eagles are not in camp.

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