Oliseh Announced As New Coach Of German Club, SV Straelen

Oliseh Announced As New Coach Of German Club, SV Straelen
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German Regionalliga West club Sav Straelen, has announced the appointment of former Super Eagles captain, Sunday Oliseh as the new head coach. 

Oliseh, according to a report in waz.de, will pen a one-year contract with the fourth-tier club.

‘Yes, Sunday Oliseh will be our new coach. A good 14 days ago we had delicious asparagus at the Straelener Hof,’ president of the club Hermann Tecklenburg was quoted by waz.de.

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‘That was a good conversation. In the last 24 hours we were also able to discuss an employment contract until June 30, 2023. On Wednesday 21 June, Sunday will lead the first practice session. We look forward to working together.’

The 47-year-old last managed Eredivisie club, Fortuna Sittard.

He has also managed Belgian club, Royal Cercle Sportif Vervietois and the Nigerian national team.

Meanwhile, President Muhammadu Buhari has instructed the Nigeria Football Federation (NFF) to immediately begin the process of having new elections for its Executive Committee when the current administration expires in September.

President Buhari also ordered that the NFF Statutes, the country’s instrument of football governance, be revised to accommodate additional stakeholders who had previously been excluded or denied equal representation in the NFF congress.

These directives were contained in a letter dated 17th June, 2022 addressed to Amaju Pinnick, the president of the Nigeria Football Federation and signed by the Honourable Minister of Youth and Sports Development Sunday Dare.

President Buhari who reinforced the Federal Government’s support for football development in the country urged the leadership of the NFF to ensure that the amended statutes reflect the national yearnings, aspirations, and peculiarities of Nigeria as a sovereign nation whilst aligning with the principles and objectives of football as set by the world soccer governing body, FIFA.

Africa Daily News, New York

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