Keshi Comeback: What’s Your Massage To The Big Boss?

Keshi Comeback: What’s Your Massage To The Big Boss?

The Nigeria Football Federation on Tuesday, April 21, 2015 reappointed Stephen Keshi as the coach of the Super Eagles.

Keshi will thus have his third stint as ‘boss’ of the Nigerian national team.

Dear reader, what are your thoughts on the reappointment of Stephen Keshi as the coach of the Super Eagles?

What would be your message to him as he sets out to rebuild the Nigerian national team hoping to qualify for the 2017 African Cup of Nations?

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  • Chosen Victor 4 years ago

    I want to congratulate Stephen Keshi for the appointment as the head coach of the super Eagles, and at the same time he must be focused, determined, discipline, and be diligent with his job. Also the best and talented players should be invited to play while sentiment should be removed from his book. Let there be early preparation, and stop the fire bridge approach. I wish you success, and good performance in your endeavor. Amen. Finally be a good listeners,and give respect to your employer.

  • anointing abanum 4 years ago

    I want to bless God i thank the nff for given stephen okechukwu keshi a contract i wish him the best please keshi please bring us sammy ameobi tiago lori nedum onuoha ikeme expolo ibe akpom chuks aneke nathan thank u

  • Chiffo 4 years ago

    Congratulations Mr. Keshi, even though I am, not excited about your 3rd term.
    One and one and only reason I did not want you back is favoritism and obvious questionable selection.
    I hope you have learnt your lessons .
    Age does not play soccer, Owen played at the world cup at 16, Rodger Miller played at about 39 years.
    Give young Nigerians a chance: Jordan Ibe, Chuba Akpom, Iheanacho, Awoniyi, Yahaya.
    Nigerians like free flowing soccer.
    Good luck if you change for good. Bad luck if you continue in your wicked ways.