By David Meshioye:
Former Super Eagles coach, Stephen Keshi, says he bears no grudge towards his successor as the Nigeria Football Federation conclude plans to unveil Sunday Oliseh as Eagles coach.
In an exclusive chat with completesportsnigeria.com from his base in the United States on Monday, the Big Boss stated that he has since moved on with his life and further wishes Oliseh success as he prepares start work with the Super Eagles.
“I have no hard feelings toward whoever is picked. I really don’t want to talk about anything concerning Nigerian football right now,” Keshi told completesportsnigeria.com.
“I’m cooling off and I have since moved on from that, I wish you guys all the best. I need to be left alone to rest now that Sunny is coming as Super Eagles coach. All questions should be directed to him.”
The former Mali national team coach refusedto comment on Super Eagles’ chances of qualifying for AFCON 2017 billed for Gabon, having picked three points against Les Sao of Chad last month in Kaduna.
“I’m not prepared to say anything about the team,” he insists.
Samson Siasia, Stephen Keshi and Sunday Oliseh are the three musketeers in the recent pecking order of ex-internationals listed to tinker Super Eagles, with Oliseh now picking up the reins.