Sunday Oliseh has implicitly dared the Nigeria Football Federation to fire him if they are not happy with his services as coach of the Super Eagles.
Speaking in a video rant posted on his website, Oliseh, who has been at loggerheads with the Glass House after he said their failure to pay his team’s bonuses and allowances was responsible for their failure at the CHAN tournament, and also failed to appear before the NFF Technical Committee discuss Nigeria’s ouster from the competition.
He went on to lambast his critics, describing them as insane, and went on to imply that if the NFF is dissatisfied with his services, they can take another look at his contract and ‘shake hands’.
“Our loss to Guinea came after a 10-game unbeaten run, yes I’m counting, and now they start this hullabaloo now over the future of the coach of the Super Eagles.
“A contract is made out, I signed a contract with the NFF and if you’re not happy about it, okay, we come and we shake hands.
“But I will like to remind you that this is the 14th game I have been in charge of as the coach of the Super Eagles and we’ve lost only two; only one official game,” he said.
He has been under-fire since Nigeria’s exit from the CHAN tournament last month.