– Sunday Oliseh has announced the expiration of his contract at Fortuna Sittard
– His announcement brings an end to his 17 months stay at the Dutch club
– The former Nigeria international thanked all the people that helped him when he was in charge
Former Super Eagles coach Sunday Oliseh has announced that his contract at Dutch side Fortuna Sittard has expired after 17 months in charge of the club.
In February this year, Sunday Oliseh had issues with the board of the club in which forced them to suspend the former Nigeria international.
The decision by the club board was unavoidable following the 43-year-old’s repeated blameworthy attitude which saw him fallout with players and officials of the club.
But he later returned to his position after winning the case against his club in which he was told to finish his contract.
Oliseh however took to social media on Tuesday, May 1, to confirm that he has left the Dutch club.
Earlier, NAIJ.com had reported how former Super Eagles coach Sunday Oliseh was suspended on Wednesday, February 14, by Fortuna Sittard who currently campaign in the Dutch Eerste Divisie.
The club took to their social media handle to announce the suspension of the former Nigerian international claiming that Oliseh was punished because of his inadmissible actions.
Fortuna also stated clearly that Sunday Oliseh has made the cooperation with many people within the organization impossible.
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