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Stephen Keshi is new Super Eagles Coach

Stephen Keshi signed an initial six months contract as the new coach of the Super Eagles and he will be allowed to pick his own assistants. He will be earning three million Naira monthly; his predecessor, Samson Siasia, earned five million Naira monthly, but was fired after failing to help Nigeria qualify for the 2012 Nations Cup. The executive committee of the Nigeria Football Federation reached a unanimous decision to tap Steven Keshi for the Job. The committee released this statement “His targets are to qualify Nigeria to the 2013 Nations Cup in South Africa as well as the 2014 World Cup in Brazil, where he is expected to guide his team to at least the quarter-finals.” What are you thinking?

4 Responses to “Stephen Keshi is new Super Eagles Coach”

  1. Amberlee says:

    Never would have thunk I would find this so indispnesbale.

  2. Nyvaeh says:

    Real brain power on display. Thanks for that aneswr!

  3. Name says:

    Nice move, lets see what he’s got to offer.

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