Super Eagles Head Coach, Sunday Oliseh says nobody is irreplaceable as long as he remains the team’s handler. The News Agency of Nigeria (NAN) reports that Oliseh, who was reacting to the exit of Emmanuel Emenike from the team on Tuesday in Abuja, noted that only Nigeria was irreplaceable.
Oliseh said. He said that in spite of his health challenges, the Super Eagles 2018 World Cup qualifying match against Swaziland scheduled to take place in Lobamba, Swaziland on Nov. 13 was his major focus at present. Oliseh, who described the Swaziland encounter as `very crucial,’ said that his ambition was to see the country play at the 2018 World Cup in Russia.
he said. Oliseh said that some of his players were yet to arrive the team’s camp due to flight problem caused by the strike by the crew of Lufthansa airline. He, however, a$$ured that the football house had made alternative arrangements to enable the players join their colleagues in good time for the match. The former Super Eagles captain, who a$$ured that everybody would be given an opportunity to play, said that where each player plied his trade would not matter to him, so long as he got the needed results
he said. 20 players trained under the watchful eyes of the Super Eagles coaching crew led by Oliseh. Striker Obafemi Martins, midfielder Ogenyi Onazi and Portugal-based defender, Abdullahi Shehu, are yet to join the team following flight issues. The team which is expected to depart Abuja for Swaziland on a charteredArik airline would fly direct to Port Harcourt after the encounter for the return-leg match scheduled for Nov. 17.