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Oliseh appointed as new Nigeria coach

 By PA Sport

John Obi Mikel: I would find it very hard to leave Chelsea

Chelsea manager Jose Mourinho insists that his team 'don't have fragilities', and don't need any other players ahead of the new Premier League season.
Chelsea manager Jose Mourinho assesses the progress from players to coaches in Major League Soccer.
Chelsea manager Jose Mourinho praised the New York Red Bulls for their performance against his side in the International Champions Cup.

Chelsea midfielder John Obi Mikel has said he has no intention of leaving Stamford Bridge.

Mikel, 28 -- the Blues' second-longest serving player behind captain John Terry -- is preparing for his 10th season with the London club.

He has been linked with moves to United Arab Emirates side Al Ain and Turkish outfit Fenerbahce but said he wanted to see out the remaining two years of his contract.

"I want to stay and the manager wants me to stay," he told the club's official website. "I've got two years...

ESPN FC  By ESPN staff

Victor Moses to be given Chelsea chance, says Jose Mourinho

Chelsea manager Jose Mourinho insists that his team 'don't have fragilities', and don't need any other players ahead of the new Premier League season.

Victor Moses could remain at Chelsea for the 2015-16 season, according to manager Jose Mourinho.

Moses, 24, spent last season on loan at Stoke, scoring three goals in 19 Premier League appearances.

The Nigeria international faces stiff competition for a place in Chelsea's starting XI in the coming campaign, but Mourinho feels he could be an asset.

Mourinho said in the London Evening Standard: "I see him fitting in. He's strong, he's experienced, he knows the Premier League well, he's fast, he's...

 By Colin Udoh

Sunday Oliseh must bring genuine change as Nigeria's new manager

Sunday Oliseh has enough independence to bring about genuine change within the Nigerian national team.

There is something immediately refreshing about Sunday Oliseh. He belongs to that extremely rare breed of retired Nigerian international footballers who have not sat around waiting for opportunities. Instead, they've added a sound education to their natural talent.

Patrick Ekeji, Segun Odegbami, Adokiye Amiesimaka and Seyi Olofinjana are some of the few who also belong to this very exclusive club. Don't get me wrong; this is in no way to be confused with ex-footballers, especially those of the...

Sunday Oliseh appointed new Nigeria coach to replace Stephen Keshi

Sunday Oliseh has made a living as a TV pundit as well as earning his UEFA Pro Licence since retiring.

ABUJA, Nigeria -- Former midfielder and captain Sunday Oliseh was confirmed as the new coach of Nigeria on Wednesday.

Oliseh, 40, takes over from another ex-skipper of the Super Eagles, Stephen Keshi, who was fired earlier this month for breaching his contract by applying to be Ivory Coast coach.

Oliseh flew into Nigeria on Tuesday and met with Nigerian Football Federation (NFF) officials, and the executive committee then...