The Nigerian Football Federation (NFF), has sacked Stephen Keshi as coach of the Super Eagles. This action was taken after he was found him guilty of applying for a role as the head coach of the men’s soccer of Ivory Coast.
The NFF also fined Ogenyi Onazi $5,000 for getting an unnecessary red card against Chad two weeks ago The post ANALYSIS: NFF, Pinnick not leading but bossing Nigerian football appeared first on Premium Times Nigeria.
Keshi had on April 21 returned for the third time as Super Eagles coach, after he was given a new two-year contract The post Keshi moves to dump Super Eagles; applies to coach Elephants of Cote D’Ivoire appeared first on Premium Times Nigeria.
The Super Eagles of Nigeria today defeated their Chadian counterpart in the first group game of the 2017 African Cup of Nations qualifiers.The match was played at the Ahmadu Stadium Kaduna. Nigeria scored two second half goals to ensure a precious victory as they bid to qualify for AFCON 2017.
Ahead of the African Nation’s Cup Qualifier match against Chad, Super Eagles Coach, Mr Stephen Keshi, has said he is optimistic that the re-branded Super Eagles will fly over Les Sao of Chad at the Ahmadu Bello Stadium in Kaduna. In a media chat with sports journalists in Abuja, Keshi
The Nigeria Football Federation has re-engaged Mr Stephen Keshi as the Head Coach of the Super Eagles. At a contract signing ceremony in Abuja, the Acting President of the federation, Mr Seyi Akinwunmi, said that the federation remains committed to the development of football in Nigeria.
Nigeria’s apex football governing body, Nigeria Football Federation, NFF insist that they are ready to work with Stephen Keshi as the coach of the Super Eagles. This declaration was made by the president of the federation, Amaju Pinnick, in another bid to clear the air following the failure of the NFF and Keshi
The re-engaged coach of the Super Eagles, Stephen Keshi, has appealed to Nigerian football fans to forgive the technical crew and the team for failing to qualify for the last Nations Cup. Speaking to Channels Television in Abuja, Mr Keshi said that his second coming as the Head Coach of
The Nigeria Football Federation (NFF) on Friday agreed a new deal with the coach of the Super Eagles, Stephen Keshi, after a meeting between his representatives and the NFF. A source at the meeting told Channels Television that the agreement was reached after deliberations.