Under fire Super Eagles coach, Sunday Oliseh has apologised to Nigerians after his outburst through the social media where he described his critics as insane.
A number of soccer buffs had condemned Nigeria’s unimpressive performance at the fourth African Nations Championship (CHAN) which ended last Sunday in Rwanda, where the Eagles crashed out in the group stage.
Oliseh in a U turn after his outburst via his ‘You Tube’ channel last Sunday, tendered an apology to the Nigeria Football Federation (NFF) as well as soccer-loving Nigerians for the unpleasant action.
Tijani Babangida, a member of his backroom staff told Goal that the former Nigeria captain has expressed regrets over his action.
“He just sent a letter of apology apologising to everyone for his utterances and that he is sorry that he never wanted to attack the NFF or embarrass them,” Babangida said.
“He was just hurt and wanted the whole world to know that we have not been given money and he is also frustrated due to the high attacks on him and his crew.”