Sunday Oliseh to sign Super Eagles contract on July 15th

Sunday Oliseh will be sign his Super Eagles contract n Wednesday, July 15 after completing negotiations with the NFF


After undefinedthe Nigeria Football  Federation (NFF) in London, new coach of the Super Eagles, Sunday Oliseh will arrive in Abuja on Tuesday, July 14 before signing his new contract the following day.

The NFF last week confirmed that the former Nigeria International will be the new coach of the Super Eagles undefined of Stephen Keshi on Saturday, July 4.

Oliseh Pulse Sports have learnt will sign his contract on Wednesday, July 15 and will be officially presented that day.

Though the unveiling will be scheduled for another day,  Oliseh is however expected to resume work immediately and a meeting with the Technical department will also hold the same day.

Oliseh will have a foreign assistant coach and Pulse Sports have also learnt that Jean Francois Losciutoundefined.

The Belgian has worked with Oliseh before while the former Super Eagles midfielder was coach of RCS Verviers in Belgium.

Loscuito's job description will centre around development programmes and working with Clubs’ Youth Teams and certified Academies towards developing the game from the grassroots.

Oliseh won 63 caps for Nigeria and captained the Super Eagles during the 2000 African Nations Cup.

The 40-year-old was part of the Nigeria squad that won the 1994 African Nations Cup and the 1996 Gold winning Dream team in Atalanta.


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