The president of the Nigerian Football Federation (NFF), Amaju Pinnick, has laughed off the lawsuit that the former coach Stephen Keshi has served the organisation saying “we have a lot of things to bother ourselves about”. NFF boss, Amanju Pinnick
Former Super Eagles coach, Stepehen Keshi is demanding N1b from NFF according to reports. Photo: Filed Sacked Super Eagles coach, Stephen Keshi has reportedly dragged the Nigeria Football Federation to court for wrongful dismissal.
It is no longer news that the Nigeria Football Federation (NFF) sacked former Super Eagles coach, Stephen Keshi because of what they referred to as a “lack of commitment and trust”. According to the football body, Keshi applied for the then vacant head coach job at the Ivory Coast FA
It is no news that Stephen Keshi has been relieved of his duty as the coach of the Nigerian football team. NAIJ Sports take a quick look at the profile of Sunday Oliseh, the next in-line Super Eagles Coach.
Head Coach of the U-23 National Team, Samson Siasia has described All-Africa Games group B opponents Ghana, Egypt and Senegal as tough nuts, but assured Nigerians that his team will qualify from the group and ultimately aim for the gold medal. Reacting to Thursday’s draw held at the CAF headquarters
Taiwo Adelu It was a free fall for Nigeria on the latest ranking for the month of July as released by the world’s football governing body, FIFA. The country’s senior national team, the Super Eagles, which were 43rd in June, dropped 14 places to number 57 in the latest ranking
The Nigeria Football Federation, NFF, has been cautioned against going after foreign coaches for the Super Eagles in the wake of the sack of Stephen Keshi. This was the position of the Pillar of Sports, Chief Donatus Agu Ejidike while reacting to the speculations that the Amaju Pinnick-led NFF is
BN recently brought you the news that the Nigeria Football Federation (NFF) terminated the appointment of Stephen Keshi as the Head Coach of the Senior National soccer team, the Super Eagles. In the aftermath of the development, Keshi has urged Nigerians to leave him in peace, Vanguard reports. “Please, I
Editor’s Note: Barely 85 days after his return as head coach of the Super Eagles, Stephen Keshi was given the marching order for the second time in 8 months on July 4, 2015. After about three years in the Super Eagles hot seat, the African Nations Cup winning coach was
The Chairman, Nigeria Football Coaches’ Association (NFCA), FCT Chapter, Godwin Bamigboye has revealed why his association failed to protect Stephen Keshi Bamigboye told newsmen in Abuja that Keshi was not committed to the NFCA and therefore they couldn’t fight for his behalf.