The former Juventus midfielder made the disclosure in a statement on his social media accounts, in commemoration of the 25th anniversary of Nigeria's triumph in the Men's Football event of 1996 Olympic Games in Atlanta, USA.
"As we celebrate the Silver Jubilee of Atlanta 96 Golden dream team, I am particularly excited to share with you the imminent release of my revealing, intimate, and at times sad Autobiography titled the "Audacity to refuse" just for you!," stated 46 years old who directed his followers to watch video of the autobiography on YouTube.
Oliseh earned 63 caps for Nigeria, scoring three goals, including the scorcher in 4-2 win over Spain at France World Cup. He was a key member of the Dream Team that shocked the world in Atlanta, by overcoming football super powers, Brazil and Argentina at semi-finals and final respectively to earn the gold.
Oliseh's autobiography is a must-read for global football lovers, who no doubt, would find it undroppable, given his controversial antecedents both as player and coach.
The former Borussia Dortmund star is fondly remembered for his football prowess and stand-offs with football authorities at club and international levels. As Super Eagles skipper, Oliseh was a constant thorn in the flesh of officials of Nigeria Football Federation, and was branded bad names by the football body, for prioritising the team's welfare. Such face-offs resulted in his early exit from the saddle as coach of Super Eagles from 2015–2016.
Recall that his uncompromising stance led to his sacking by Fortuna Sittard, on the verge of guiding the club to the Dutch premier division, Eredivise, in the 2017–2018 season.
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