The last has certainly not been heard on the sack of former Super Eagles’ coach, Sunday Oliseh, with the former player accusing his former employers, Fortuna Sittard of engaging in illegality, reports.

Oliseh, who was relieved of his duties by Sittard earlier on Wednesday for refusing to adhere to the club’s instructions, took to the social media to share his own version of the story by claiming the Dutch outfit wanted him to participate in illegal works.

“I confirm: Due to my refusal to participate in Illegal activities at Fortuna Sittard and violate the law, I have been suspended from my duties as Coach by the foreign owners of Fortuna.

“This is unfortunate for the lovely fans, my players and our hard fought phenomenal positioning for promotion,” Oliseh twitted.

With this reply, surely the war of words between the coach and his soon to be former employer will definitely dominate the media in the next couple of days.