Oliseh Finally Ends Troubled Tenure At Fortuna Sittard

first_imgRelatedFortuna Sittard Vow To Take Legal Actions Against Oliseh As Dutch Club Deny ‘Illegal Practices’ AccusationFebruary 15, 2018In “Europe”Oliseh Gets The Sack At Fortuna SittardFebruary 14, 2018In “Europe”Oliseh Confirms Fortuna Sittard Suspension; Berates Club For Illegal ActivitiesFebruary 14, 2018In “Europe” Former Super Eagles player and manager Sunday Oliseh is now a free man after his controversial tenure as Fortuna Sittard head coach came to an end on Tuesday, May 1, 2018.Oliseh was appointed the club’s chief coach in December 2016 but his 17-month tenure proved to be hugely filled with controversies.The last one was when the former Juventus and Borussia Dortmund midfielder was suspended from his post in February.Sunday Oliseh took to his official Twitter to reveal that he is now a free man. He said: “Today 1st Of May 2018 officially ends my contract with Fortuna Sittard as Chief Coach. A big thank you to all who helped make this past 17 months a phenomenal success, especially Gino Facenna,Alex Voigt,my players ,people of Sittard and all well wishers. Stay blessed.”Today 1st Of May 2018 officially ends my contract with Fortuna Sittard as Chief Coach. A big thank you to all who helped make this past 17 months a phenomenal success, especially Gino Facenna,Alex Voigt,my players ,people of Sittard and all well wishers. Stay blessed pic.twitter.com/eSjYfQWxP6— Sunday Oliseh (@SundayOOliseh) May 1, 2018last_img read more