Former Super Eagles Player, Emmanuel Emenike has insisted he has nothing against the Coach, Sunday Oliseh, following his retirement from international football.
He announced previously that he will no longer be available for selection by Nigeria.
Speaking on the purported beef between him and the coach, Emenike says “I have absolutely nothing against the coach (Oliseh)…As for me, I still remain loyal to coach Sunday Oliseh and I want to believe he understands my decision”
“My decision has nothing to do with the coach, who is a brave man, a technically sound person, my decision has nothing to go against his vision for the Super Eagles.
Emenike, also voiced his support for his former team-mates, as they pursue qualification for the 2017 AFCON and 2018 World Cup.
“Nigeria have produced lots of talented goal poacher like Julius Aghahowa, Victor Agali, Yakubu Aiyegbeni, Samuel Okwaraji, Obafemi Martins, Ike Uche, Rashidi Yekini just to mention a few. I believe with God on our side, the team will fly higher without Emenike,” he added.
“I will be glad to see them qualify for both the AFCON and World Cup in 2018.
“We have lots of good players in the team and more are still coming in to contribute, so I believe the team will get better and stronger as time goes on. The team will be great under Oliseh.”
Story Source: Daily Post