- Eerste Divisie side, Fortuna Sittard, have denied sacking their head coach Sunday Oliseh
- The Dutch League two side took to Twitter to clarify their stand on the matter
- They are presently third in the Eerste Divisie after suffering two defeats on the bounce
Eerste Divisie side, Fortuna Sittard, have denied sacking their head coach Sunday Oliseh in facing of recent rumours that the former Super Eagles coach have been sacked.
The 2nd division Dutch side have dropped to the third spot in the log after two consecutive defeats.
And the club have taken to Twitter to refuted rumours making the round that they have sacked their manager, Sunday Oliseh.
They posted in a tweet in Dutch which when translated to English means " Today there appeared through various media reports of the position of head coach Sunday Oliseh. However, the Fortuna Sittard denies coverage on the resignation of the head coach."
Fortuna Sittard lost their last two games against Dordrecht and Emmen which saw them drop to the third spot in the Eerste Divisie.
Oliseh will be expected to lead the team for their next league tie against Volendam on February 2.
NAIJ.com previously reported that Sunday Oliseh's Fortuna Sittard secured a seventh straight win in the Eerste Divisie League thanks to their 2 - 1 victory over Jong Ajax on Friday, January 12.
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