Fortuna Sittard, on Wednesday, announced the sacking of erstwhile manager, Sunday Oliseh.
The decision of the Dutch second-tier outfit to relieve the ex-Nigeria international of his duties was 'not motivated by the current sporting performance' but 'because of his inadmissible actions'.And folks on Twitter have reacted to the shocking end of Oliseh's legacy at the side, given he broke - and created - several records which include helping them to an Eerste Divisie second period triumph - their first silverware in the past 23 years.
I think Oliseh's village people are hard at work sha— ikoyiboy (@NGfootyactivist) February 14, 2018
Sunday Oliseh blew a big opportunity, dude may just have committed career suicide— Ayodeji Adegbenro (@dejigbenro) February 14, 2018
But that truly reflects in the losing streaks... Surely Sunday Oliseh gets to work on attitude and character, skills and talent alone is not enough. Wish him best of luck, he will surely get another job soon— Olorungbemi Dennis (@GbemiDennis) February 14, 2018
Sunday Oliseh.... Not the best thing to say about a person from an employer. We're yet to hear his side of the story tho. pic.twitter.com/6NcPR2a8RR— Oh' Kelvin (@kelvinekerete) February 14, 2018
Sunday Oliseh. No words.— Andrew Randa (@RandaAndrew) February 14, 2018
Skill and Talent is not enough, Character and Attitude is everything— Adesanya Babatunde (@iam_2nde) February 14, 2018
...Sunday Oliseh, a case study!
Sunday Oliseh, brilliant yet difficult to work with. The Nigerian has been sacked as coach of Fortuna Sittard.— Lolade Adewuyi (@Jololade) February 14, 2018
A character flaw that needs overcoming. Better human management required.