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Keshi: I Haven’t Received Sack Letter

Keshi: I Haven’t Received Sack Letter

—Confirms Plan To Take NFF To CAS

EXCLUSIVE By Johnny Edward:

Sacked Super Eagles coach Stephen Keshi has told completesportsnigeria.com from his base in the USA that he is yet to receive a letter officially from the Nigerian Football Federation informing him of his dismissal.

The NFF released a press statement don Saturday night confirm it had dismissed the former Eagles skipper two months after he signed a new two-year deal.

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Keshi however confirmed Completesportsnigeria.com’s source information that he will head to the Court of Arbitration for Sports to seek redress.

“I haven’t received any letter to that effect. Today is Saturday anyway,” Keshi told completesportsnigeria.com when asked for reactions to his sacking.

“Well they think their deceit will fool Nigerians? We’ll meet in CAS where justice will prevail.”

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  • omo9ja 6 years ago

    I have pledged to my Country that I will always face the truth. Therefore, NFF should fear God! Since the Oga Keshi have asked for forgiveness, I have forgive and forget and may Allah forgive us. NFF, you people no nothing but politics. Though, you hired, you fired but you people forgotten that only God stay forever. However, Mr. Shuabu, Mr. Shuaibu, Shuaibu. How many times did I called you? Don’t spoiled your relationship between you and your friend Mr. Keshi. Don’t let the NFF used you. Finger crossed. God bless Nigeria!

  • belloumi 6 years ago

    NFF fire keshi when USA playing friendly matches that includes winning Germany and also playing grade A friendlies, if nigeria league is not good no way we can have grade A players