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Oliseh I is not a prophet but am happy for him, he should have started here before coming to mess up in Nigeria. If he had coached anywhere else he would have understood what it takes to deliver and would have been less critical of successful Nigerian coaches.


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Oliseh I is not a prophet but am happy for him,


has oliseh ever claimed to be a prophet? or any kind of divinely ordained minister? :rotf: :rotf: :rotf:


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should have started here before coming to mess up in Nigeria. If he had coached anywhere else he would have understood what it takes to deliver and would have been less critical of successful Nigerian coaches.


actually he did.


Perhaps if Nigeria didnt beg him up and down the whole place, he wouldnt have coached Nigeria. He kept on rejecting your asssssss like trash in the dustbin, but you wont take "NO" for an answer. Oliseh never applied for the Nigerian job like the "successful Nigerian coaches." You went to Europe and begged him like a roadside beggar!

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danfo driver wrote:
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Oliseh I is not a prophet but am happy for him,


has oliseh ever claimed to be a prophet? or any kind of divinely ordained minister? :rotf: :rotf: :rotf:


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should have started here before coming to mess up in Nigeria. If he had coached anywhere else he would have understood what it takes to deliver and would have been less critical of successful Nigerian coaches.


actually he did.


Perhaps if Nigeria didnt beg him up and down the whole place, he wouldnt have coached Nigeria. He kept on rejecting your asssssss like trash in the dustbin, but you wont take "NO" for an answer. Oliseh never applied for the Nigerian job like the "successful Nigerian coaches." You went to Europe and begged him like a roadside beggar!


you tend to suggest that a roadside beggar is deliberately doing something wrong

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jette1 wrote:
danfo driver wrote:
nemi2002 wrote:
Oliseh I is not a prophet but am happy for him,


has oliseh ever claimed to be a prophet? or any kind of divinely ordained minister? :rotf: :rotf: :rotf:


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should have started here before coming to mess up in Nigeria. If he had coached anywhere else he would have understood what it takes to deliver and would have been less critical of successful Nigerian coaches.


actually he did.


Perhaps if Nigeria didnt beg him up and down the whole place, he wouldnt have coached Nigeria. He kept on rejecting your asssssss like trash in the dustbin, but you wont take "NO" for an answer. Oliseh never applied for the Nigerian job like the "successful Nigerian coaches." You went to Europe and begged him like a roadside beggar!


you tend to suggest that a roadside beggar is deliberately doing something wrong


Thats your problem. Get out of the road, go get a da.mn job, and stop causing a nuisance!

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Oliseh failed as the coach of the SEs. It was so easy for him to talk rubbish about other coaches and when he had the opportunity he suddenly realised that the FA wasn't organized. For now this is his level, hopefully he will learn some lessons and come out a better coach


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Oliseh failed as the coach of the SEs. It was so easy for him to talk rubbish about other coaches and when he had the opportunity he suddenly realised that the FA wasn't organized. For now this is his level, hopefully he will learn some lessons and come out a better coach

Do you have any stats to prove this failure?? Oliseh quit the SE but he did not fail.

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Oliseh failed as the coach of the SEs. It was so easy for him to talk rubbish about other coaches and when he had the opportunity he suddenly realised that the FA wasn't organized. For now this is his level, hopefully he will learn some lessons and come out a better coach


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Oliseh failed as the coach of the SEs. It was so easy for him to talk rubbish about other coaches and when he had the opportunity he suddenly realised that the FA wasn't organized. For now this is his level, hopefully he will learn some lessons and come out a better coach


It's ok if he failed. Every successful person failed. Einstein had countless failures, Jacky Ma had countless failures, Bill Gates, Steve Jobs, Dangote etc. they all had their failures.

So he failed? He is human. Let us be delighted that he is succeeding in this endeavour. One failure does not define a career.

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Oliseh failed as the coach of the SEs. It was so easy for him to talk rubbish about other coaches and when he had the opportunity he suddenly realised that the FA wasn't organized. For now this is his level, hopefully he will learn some lessons and come out a better coach


It's ok if he failed. Every successful person failed. Einstein had countless failures, Jacky Ma had countless failures, Bill Gates, Steve Jobs, Dangote etc. they all had their failures.

So he failed? He is human. Let us be delighted that he is succeeding in this endeavour. One failure does not define a career.


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nemi2002 wrote:
Oliseh failed as the coach of the SEs. It was so easy for him to talk rubbish about other coaches and when he had the opportunity he suddenly realised that the FA wasn't organized. For now this is his level, hopefully he will learn some lessons and come out a better coach


make e pain you well well! :rotf: :rotf: :rotf: :rotf: :rotf: While you are driving taxis and begging for money in Europe so you can send home, Oliseh is adored by his new fans. You think its a coincidence that Nigerians are afraid of other Nigerians? White fans at Fortuna are in love with Oliseh and you have demonic Nigerians who are pained over his success! :rotf: :rotf: :rotf: :rotf: :rotf: Die in pain there! We can see the hurt you feel! :taunt: :taunt:

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nemi2002 wrote:
Oliseh failed as the coach of the SEs. It was so easy for him to talk rubbish about other coaches and when he had the opportunity he suddenly realised that the FA wasn't organized. For now this is his level, hopefully he will learn some lessons and come out a better coach


It's ok if he failed. Every successful person failed. Einstein had countless failures, Jacky Ma had countless failures, Bill Gates, Steve Jobs, Dangote etc. they all had their failures.

So he failed? He is human. Let us be delighted that he is succeeding in this endeavour. One failure does not define a career.


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sometimes i wonder if P-H-D is a black syndrome



Cant you see how many of them dodge this thread. They are sooo unhappy at Sunny's success so far. God forbid, let Oliseh's team start losing, this thread will become 50 pages! Blacks.... I mean, Nigerians in particular are some of the most horrendous human beings you'd ever meet. Nothing hurts them more than to see another Nigerian succeeding. disgusting human beings.

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danfo driver wrote:
nemi2002 wrote:
Oliseh failed as the coach of the SEs. It was so easy for him to talk rubbish about other coaches and when he had the opportunity he suddenly realised that the FA wasn't organized. For now this is his level, hopefully he will learn some lessons and come out a better coach


make e pain you well well! :rotf: :rotf: :rotf: :rotf: :rotf: While you are driving taxis and begging for money in Europe so you can send home, Oliseh is adored by his new fans. You think its a coincidence that Nigerians are afraid of other Nigerians? White fans at Fortuna are in love with Oliseh and you have demonic Nigerians who are pained over his success! :rotf: :rotf: :rotf: :rotf: :rotf: Die in pain there! We can see the hurt you feel! :taunt: :taunt:


Okokobioko :mrgreen: the Borinho sh-teater :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol: is back.

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zee wrote:
danfo driver wrote:
nemi2002 wrote:
Oliseh failed as the coach of the SEs. It was so easy for him to talk rubbish about other coaches and when he had the opportunity he suddenly realised that the FA wasn't organized. For now this is his level, hopefully he will learn some lessons and come out a better coach


make e pain you well well! :rotf: :rotf: :rotf: :rotf: :rotf: While you are driving taxis and begging for money in Europe so you can send home, Oliseh is adored by his new fans. You think its a coincidence that Nigerians are afraid of other Nigerians? White fans at Fortuna are in love with Oliseh and you have demonic Nigerians who are pained over his success! :rotf: :rotf: :rotf: :rotf: :rotf: Die in pain there! We can see the hurt you feel! :taunt: :taunt:


Okokobioko :mrgreen: the Borinho sh-teater :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol: is back.


Zee-b1tcch :mrgreen: The loser-Dean smell mouth b1tccch :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol: is back.

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danfo driver wrote:
zee wrote:
danfo driver wrote:
nemi2002 wrote:
Oliseh failed as the coach of the SEs. It was so easy for him to talk rubbish about other coaches and when he had the opportunity he suddenly realised that the FA wasn't organized. For now this is his level, hopefully he will learn some lessons and come out a better coach


make e pain you well well! :rotf: :rotf: :rotf: :rotf: :rotf: While you are driving taxis and begging for money in Europe so you can send home, Oliseh is adored by his new fans. You think its a coincidence that Nigerians are afraid of other Nigerians? White fans at Fortuna are in love with Oliseh and you have demonic Nigerians who are pained over his success! :rotf: :rotf: :rotf: :rotf: :rotf: Die in pain there! We can see the hurt you feel! :taunt: :taunt:


Okokobioko :mrgreen: the Borinho sh-teater :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol: is back.


Zee-b1tcch :mrgreen: The loser-Dean smell mouth b1tccch :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol: is back.


Okokobioko the fake...............Madridsta(still remember your idiotic claims back in the days :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol: )

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zee wrote:
danfo driver wrote:
zee wrote:
danfo driver wrote:
nemi2002 wrote:
Oliseh failed as the coach of the SEs. It was so easy for him to talk rubbish about other coaches and when he had the opportunity he suddenly realised that the FA wasn't organized. For now this is his level, hopefully he will learn some lessons and come out a better coach


make e pain you well well! :rotf: :rotf: :rotf: :rotf: :rotf: While you are driving taxis and begging for money in Europe so you can send home, Oliseh is adored by his new fans. You think its a coincidence that Nigerians are afraid of other Nigerians? White fans at Fortuna are in love with Oliseh and you have demonic Nigerians who are pained over his success! :rotf: :rotf: :rotf: :rotf: :rotf: Die in pain there! We can see the hurt you feel! :taunt: :taunt:


Okokobioko :mrgreen: the Borinho sh-teater :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol: is back.


Zee-b1tcch :mrgreen: The loser-Dean smell mouth b1tccch :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol: is back.


Okokobioko the fake...............Madridsta(still remember your idiotic claims back in the days :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol: )


Zee-b1tch the retarded............Dortmund fan (Still remember your idiotic claims back in these threads :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol: )

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danfo driver wrote:
zee wrote:
Okokobioko the fake...............Madridsta(still remember your idiotic claims back in the days :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol: )


Zee-b1tch the retarded............Dortmund fan (Still remember your idiotic claims back in these threads :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol: )

viewtopic.php?f=1&t=266346&hilit=dean

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Borinho daft groupie..........the only thing I remember is..............

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This :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol:

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zee wrote:
danfo driver wrote:
zee wrote:
Okokobioko the fake...............Madridsta(still remember your idiotic claims back in the days :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol: )


Zee-b1tch the retarded............Dortmund fan (Still remember your idiotic claims back in these threads :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol: )

viewtopic.php?f=1&t=266346&hilit=dean

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Borinho daft groupie..........the only thing I remember is..............

Image

This :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol:



The Failed Dean dunce groupie.........the only thing I remember is.............

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This :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol:

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Okokoborinko :lol: :lol: the Borinho sh-teater :mrgreen: ................see your ................


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life oooo :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol:

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Okokoborinko :lol: :lol: the Borinho sh-teater :mrgreen: ................see your ................


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life oooo :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol:



Zediot :lol: :lol: the Useless Dean sheet-eater :mrgreen: ...................see your ...................


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i]life oooo :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol: [/i]

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Former Nigeria coach Sunday Oliseh thriving at Fortuna Sittard

By Pieter Stroink van Eizenga
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Sunday Oliseh took over as head coach of Dutch second tier side Fortuna Sittard in December 2016
The former Nigeria captain and coach, Sunday Oliseh, says he is relishing his role as head coach of Dutch club Fortuna Sittard, after a successful start at the second tier side.

Oliseh, 42, who stood down as Super Eagles coach in February 2016, previously played for Dutch giants Ajax from 1997 to 1999.

Since arriving at Fortuna Sittard two months ago, the former Nigeria coach has steered the club away from the relegation zone with only one defeat in nine games.

it's a good challenge because there is no better way to show that you're good at this job than to pick a team that is really struggling with really unknown players

"That is great for us. And the boys keep improving. We're picking up points home and away. So I'm very pleased with the results" Oliseh told BBC Sport.

Oliseh, who also played for Juventus and Borussia Dortmund during his club career, earned 63 caps for Nigeria.

He says his biggest challenge at Fortuna Sittard has been working on the team's confidence.

"It was the psychological aspect. Trying to get the players to get a winning mentality. Trying to change the psychology and make them believe in their qualities and try to get the best out of them. That was the most difficult challenge" said Oliseh.

The Nigerian's last coaching position had been with his country. He says Fortuna Sittard posed a completely different task.

"Here, it's like I had to start from zero. We practically started everything again. How we defend, how we ball-position, how we counter-transition, how we attack. All this I had to do it from zero. And the weather didn't help me. We didn't have the facilities, like sometimes we had snow. But when I see the commitment the players have put into it, it's good."

Oliseh had also previously coached Belgian lower tier side Verviétois, and he says the Fortuna job was one he could not refuse.

"It's very close to my home. So I can come home and see my kids and my wife every day.

"And it's a good challenge because there is no better way to show that you're good at this job than to pick a team that is really struggling with really unknown players.

"And it was a big risk but I felt that if I could bring them results then it becomes clear that you know your job. And so far I'm very grateful to God that it's working out that way" explained Oliseh, who helped Nigeria win the 1994 Africa Cup of Nations and Olympic gold in 1996.

Oliseh says working abroad is important for all footballers and urged Nigerian stars to embrace opportunities in China.

He also says the Dutch league is perfect for Nigerian players to learn their craft.

"I think it's a league that suits us because Nigerian players are more technical and explosive. And this is a league where a lot of expression is allowed. There's room to play, there's room to attack. And a lot is done here based on tactics."

Nigerian striker Taiwo Awoniyi currently plays for Dutch side NEC Nijmegen, and Oliseh says it was good to catch up with the 19-year-old recently.

"He's one of the players I like very much. He's a very good player. I've met him and I've seen him play. Running into him was really nice. I'm a Nigerian first. And I have my country in my heart. So when I see a kid from Nigeria, it's warm."

Oliseh has been monitoring Nigeria's chances on the global stage and is optimistic about their chances of qualifying for the World Cup in Russia in 2018.

After leaving his post as coach of the Super Eagles, Oliseh worked at Fifa on their new technical committee. He says the door remains open for him to continue his work with football's world body.

"I tried to arrange with them that if I'm not working here and there's an event and Fifa needs my services, that I can be available. But at the same time, I love coaching. I love working with young players. I like seeing them grow and getting results, so it's good."
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Former Nigeria coach Sunday Oliseh thriving at Fortuna Sittard

By Pieter Stroink van Eizenga
BBC Sport, Amsterdam

Sunday Oliseh took over as head coach of Dutch second tier side Fortuna Sittard in December 2016
The former Nigeria captain and coach, Sunday Oliseh, says he is relishing his role as head coach of Dutch club Fortuna Sittard, after a successful start at the second tier side.

Oliseh, 42, who stood down as Super Eagles coach in February 2016, previously played for Dutch giants Ajax from 1997 to 1999.

Since arriving at Fortuna Sittard two months ago, the former Nigeria coach has steered the club away from the relegation zone with only one defeat in nine games.

it's a good challenge because there is no better way to show that you're good at this job than to pick a team that is really struggling with really unknown players

"That is great for us. And the boys keep improving. We're picking up points home and away. So I'm very pleased with the results" Oliseh told BBC Sport.

Oliseh, who also played for Juventus and Borussia Dortmund during his club career, earned 63 caps for Nigeria.

He says his biggest challenge at Fortuna Sittard has been working on the team's confidence.

"It was the psychological aspect. Trying to get the players to get a winning mentality. Trying to change the psychology and make them believe in their qualities and try to get the best out of them. That was the most difficult challenge" said Oliseh.

The Nigerian's last coaching position had been with his country. He says Fortuna Sittard posed a completely different task.

"Here, it's like I had to start from zero. We practically started everything again. How we defend, how we ball-position, how we counter-transition, how we attack. All this I had to do it from zero. And the weather didn't help me. We didn't have the facilities, like sometimes we had snow. But when I see the commitment the players have put into it, it's good."

Oliseh had also previously coached Belgian lower tier side Verviétois, and he says the Fortuna job was one he could not refuse.

"It's very close to my home. So I can come home and see my kids and my wife every day.

"And it's a good challenge because there is no better way to show that you're good at this job than to pick a team that is really struggling with really unknown players.

"And it was a big risk but I felt that if I could bring them results then it becomes clear that you know your job. And so far I'm very grateful to God that it's working out that way" explained Oliseh, who helped Nigeria win the 1994 Africa Cup of Nations and Olympic gold in 1996.

Oliseh says working abroad is important for all footballers and urged Nigerian stars to embrace opportunities in China.

He also says the Dutch league is perfect for Nigerian players to learn their craft.

"I think it's a league that suits us because Nigerian players are more technical and explosive. And this is a league where a lot of expression is allowed. There's room to play, there's room to attack. And a lot is done here based on tactics."

Nigerian striker Taiwo Awoniyi currently plays for Dutch side NEC Nijmegen, and Oliseh says it was good to catch up with the 19-year-old recently.

"He's one of the players I like very much. He's a very good player. I've met him and I've seen him play. Running into him was really nice. I'm a Nigerian first. And I have my country in my heart. So when I see a kid from Nigeria, it's warm."

Oliseh has been monitoring Nigeria's chances on the global stage and is optimistic about their chances of qualifying for the World Cup in Russia in 2018.

After leaving his post as coach of the Super Eagles, Oliseh worked at Fifa on their new technical committee. He says the door remains open for him to continue his work with football's world body.

"I tried to arrange with them that if I'm not working here and there's an event and Fifa needs my services, that I can be available. But at the same time, I love coaching. I love working with young players. I like seeing them grow and getting results, so it's good."
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nemi2002 wrote:
Oliseh failed as the coach of the SEs. It was so easy for him to talk rubbish about other coaches and when he had the opportunity he suddenly realised that the FA wasn't organized. For now this is his level, hopefully he will learn some lessons and come out a better coach


make e pain you well well! :rotf: :rotf: :rotf: :rotf: :rotf: While you are driving taxis and begging for money in Europe so you can send home, Oliseh is adored by his new fans. You think its a coincidence that Nigerians are afraid of other Nigerians? White fans at Fortuna are in love with Oliseh and you have demonic Nigerians who are pained over his success! :rotf: :rotf: :rotf: :rotf: :rotf: Die in pain there! We can see the hurt you feel! :taunt: :taunt:


You see what you want to see. The guy is entitled to believe that Oliseh failed. It is possible to disagree with him without your insults and insinuations. You also failed to comment on the fact that the man wished Oliseh well. You people take this forum way too seriously. I doubt that anyone who seriously wanted to pull Oliseh down would do it via harmless posts on CE.


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