Coach of the Super Eagles of Nigeria, Sunday Oliseh, has said that he gives little concern to how experienced his team players are or how reputable they seem to be presently or in the past. He says that only the best of the players will be allowed to play against Swaziland in Friday’s FIFA World Cup Qualifier in Lobamba.
“It doesn’t matter to me if you have been playing ten years before or you have not been playing…it doesn’t matter.
“The best will play. It also does not matter if you are scoring 50 goals, 30 or 20 goals at (your club).
“What is important is how you adapt to our style of play which will enable your teammates to play well with you.
“We are not going to have one star player and everyone will be playing for him.
“We will have 11 or 14 stars as the case maybe,” he said.
Oliseh has not lost a game as coach of the Super Eagles since taking charge in July and will be looking to extend that record on Friday by beating Swaziland and qualify Nigeria for the group stages of the World Cup qualifiers.
The Super Eagles depart Nigeria for Swaziland today ahead of the game on Friday..