I was not sacked, says Keshi

Stephen Keshi has exclusively revealed to supersport.com that he was not sacked as the head coach of the Super Eagles because he had no contract with the Nigeria Football Federation (NFF). The new NFF board showed Keshi the exit on Thursday morning as national team coach, despite his side’s 3-1 home win against Sudan that

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Keshi denies signing Nigeria contract

Stephen Keshi denied signing on as Nigeria coach once more, amid a tumultuous period for the country’s football federation. Nigerian football is coach-less and president-less, after Aminu Maigari tendered his resignation from the Nigerian Football Federation on Wednesday. Keshi remains in talks to rejoin the nation he took to the round-of-16 at the World Cup

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Keshi: “Evaluate us in the World Cup”

Winless in four, Nigeria coach Stephen Keshi has insisted his side will be ready to perform in their FIFA World Cup opener against Iran. The African nation takes on the Group F minnows in their curtain raiser in Brazil on Monday, and are expected to dispatch of their opponents despite their underwhelming lead-in. Nigeria twice

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Keshi: Mba showed no hunger

Stephen Keshi has revealed a lack of fight contributed to Sunday Mba’s omission from Nigeria’s FIFA World Cup squad. The Nigeria boss opted to withdraw the 25-year-old from his preliminary squad for the competition, along with six other players. Alongside Victor Obinna, Mba was perhaps the most high-profile casualty with the midfielder occupying a place

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Keshi finalises Nigeria World Cup squad

Nigeria coach Stephen Keshi has cut seven players to finalise his 23-man party for the FIFA World Cup. Keshi named a 30-strong squad early in May that included surprise recalls for previously out-of-favour pair Joseph Yobo and Peter Odemwingie. Both have retained their places and will make the trip to Brazil, where John Obi Mikel

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