Those criticizing me are insane- Super Eagles coach
No matter what you do in life, either good or bad, you are definitely open to criticism; critics are not there to make you feel bad but rather to make you get insights to right the wrongs. A good leader should be humble enough to acknowledge other people’s views.
Super Eagles Coach, Sunday Oliseh, has launched a scathing attack at his critics who fuel speculation about his future in charge of the Nigerian national team; going as far as labeling them as insane.
“Now it’s the time to attack,” an infuriated Oliseh said on a new YouTube clip.
“The usual critics have brought out their fangs again. I’m addressing this constant insanity; this is madness that has befallen some of our critics. You must be insane to ask questions on the future of the Super Eagles because we lost CHAN.
“With all due respect, CHAN is the least important tournament organized by CAF, and it is a tournament which weighs on the strength of the various leagues and you can see how far DR Congo and TP Mazembe have done.
“What then should be done to the coaches of Ghana, South Africa and Egypt, who did not qualify for this tournament?
“This insanity each time the Super Eagles lose, these critics go on air and start seeking the future of the coach. This is madness!
“They did the same thing when we lost to DR Congo, which was a friendly game. They were asking questions if this was the right person to lead the Super Eagles.
“We lost to Guinea, and this comes after a 10-game unbeaten run, and they start this hullaballoo over the future of the coach of the Super Eagles.”
Oliseh insisted he’s on course to qualifying Eagles for both AFCON 2017 and the 2018 World Cup.
“We’re on track to qualify for the Africa Cup of Nations and we have qualified into the pool stage for the World Cup.
“This is the 14th game I have been in charge as coach and we have lost only two and only one official game. So, where is this failure that some people are trying to sell to Nigerians?