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According to reports, Taiwo Oloyede, a former Super Eagles winger, has strongly criticized Victor Osimhen for his recent outburst against Finidi George, the team’s former coach. In an exclusive interview, Oloyede bluntly condemned Osimhen’s behavior as impolite and disagreeable.

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Oloyede, a respected figure in the Nigerian Professional Football League (NPFL), attributed Osimhen’s actions to poor manners, a misguided upbringing, and a lack of competent advisers. He questioned Osimhen’s achievements, highlighting that leading the qualifiers in goals scored holds little significance if it doesn’t translate into success in major tournaments like the Nations Cup or Champions League.

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The former Super Eagles player also pointed out that the pressure on coach Finidi George might have contributed to Osimhen’s apparent lack of commitment to the team. He emphasized that Osimhen’s conduct was inappropriate for a national team player and called for an apology.

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Oloyede’s critique underscores the importance of discipline and respect for teammates off the field, values highly regarded within the Nigerian football community. Many in this community are likely to support Oloyede’s stance on this matter.