Wruste Oliseh calls in police:’ I don’t want to end up in prison’.

By February 14, 2018 Football, Football News  Comments
Wruste Oliseh calls in police:' I don't want to end up in prison'.

Sunday Oliseh made a statement about his departure from Fortuna Sittard. The number three of the Jupiler League decided to put the Nigerian on a non-active position because of his attitude. According to Oliseh, dubious practices are taking place at Fortuna and he was driven out of the street because he did not want to venture into illegal practices.

Because of his inadmissible actions, the trainer made cooperation with many people within the organisation impossible. From players to employees. Fortuna Sittard deplores the decision, but states that the interests of the club are paramount,”said Fortuna. Oliseh was shocked,”I led the team from the nineteenth place to the top. I’ve worked great together with my players,”he says to Revier Sport.

The rehearser is tough about Fortuna’s club leadership:”What happens within the club is simply illegal. I do not want to have anything to do with these practices, I do not want to end up in prison. I have already called in my lawyer and the police,” The Nigerian has also reacted through Twitter:” I admit: by refusing to take part in illegal activities and breaking the law at Fortuna Sittard, I have been suspended from my duties as main trainer by the foreign owners of the club.

“Fortuna has found a temporary replacement for the non-active Oliseh in Claudio Braga, according to Fortuna on Wednesday. Until the Sittard club has found a new trainer, Braga will play the dual role of head coach and head of youth education.

Do you understand the choice of Fortuna Sittard to take Sunday Oliseh out of action?

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