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"Keshi Does Not Have Proper Qualifications” – Sunday Oliseh



Sunday Oliseh has said coach Stephen Keshi, should be blamed for Nigeria’s failure to progress for the 2015 Africa Cup of Nations in Equatorial Guinea.
The former Super Eagles captain pointed out Keshi’s constant tinkering with his line-ups, as the reason why his men could not play as a team.
“The uncoordinated way in which Super Eagles play, which triggered our recent elimination, is borne out of the fact that there were too much line-up changes,” he wrote on his blog.
“When you lack ‘raw’ quality in your team, you advocate and build success via team work, team play and a regular team to compensate for what you lack in individual quality.”
Oliseh also ridiculed the mindset that anyone who criticizes Keshi’s methods, is trying to replace him as coach of the team.
“It is a crime to air your opinion, give advice or suggestions on how to better the Super Eagles without the handlers throwing insults at you or crying out that you seek their job,” he added.
“They probably do this because they got the job by back stabbing; hence they fail to understand that not everyone needs or wants to coach the Super Eagles.”
The former Juventus player, who is also a licensed UEFA grade A coach, took more jabs at the Big Boss and his technical crew, stating that they don’t have proper qualifications to lead a major team.
“Most of us played football as kids, we all have an opinion or idea about football. This, however, leads some to think they are experts. This is not only wrong, but dangerous,” he continued.
“Should you want to be a top coach, you have to study and get yourself certified and even then you are not guaranteed success.
“Spain’s Football Federation recently banned Real Madrid’s second-team coach, Zinedine Zidane, from coaching because he doesn’t have the right qualifications.
“If they can ban such a legend from coaching the second division, why should we hand over our national teams and first division clubs to people who just attended two-week seminars and pretend to be qualified?”

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