Super Eagles coach says he’s yet to fully recover

Oliseh has confessed that he has not fully recovered from his illness ahead of Super Eagles clash with Swaziland

 

Coach of the Super Eagles, Sunday Oliseh has revealed that he is yet to fully recover to lead the team to Swaziland for the 2018 World Cup qualifiers.

Oliseh was flown to Belgiumafter falling ill on Thursday, October 22, in the team’s camp in Port Harcourt.

After spending time in Europe, Oliseh returned to Nigeria on Sunday, November 8 to kick off preparation for the 2018 World Cup qualifiers against Swaziland.

He however confessed that he has not fully recovered and would have excused himself from the clash with Swaziland if he was a player.

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“I am still not 100 per cent it but because it is a crucial encounter for us I have to try to give it the best I can,” he told Daily Sun Newspaper from the Eagles camp in Abuja.

He however stated that he and his team have done their homework on how to defeat the Swaziland in the 2018 World Cup qualifiers.

“Yes, we have seen their tapes and I can tell you that they have a difficult team that shocked Guinea. We know that it is not going to be easy playing them, especially playing them on an artificial turf in their home.

“However, we know what is waiting for us and we have had our wake up call with Tanzania.”

Watch this Sunday Oliseh video, below:

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