Former Super Eagles coach Sunday Oliseh has joined the league of those praying for effective control of now ravaging Coronavirus dubbed Covid-19. The Germany based former international expressed shock that the virus has “reached and hit mother land Nigeria”
Oliseh who parted ways with the Nigeria football Federation after the 2016 edition of the Championship of African Nations (CHAN) held in Rwanda took to the social media to express his concern over the rampaging virus and concluded by praying God to intervene.
“Just thought I should share this. This disease needs our attention. Shocked to know it has reached & hit mother Nigeria too. God save us!” he submitted on Friday.
The former Fortuna Sittard coach who featured for Nigeria in two world cups and the Olympics, played for eight different clubs including Borussia Dortmund and Ajax in the course of this playing career making career 321 appearances for the clubs with 18 goals to his credit.
The coronavirus has not only become a source of worry for governments across the globe but also the teeming sports lovers and athletes who dream of participating in some tournaments have already been dashed following their cancellation as a result of the spreading virus.
Organisers of the 2020 Olympics in Tokyo, Japan are closely monitoring the situation while hoping that the situation can be arrested before it leads to possible cancellation of the Olympics.