–Ex-Eagles coach not happy with unending contract talks between Keshi and FA
By Sab Osuji:
Former FIFA and CAF Technical Instructor, Chief Adegboye Onigbinde has hissed at what he described as ‘hide and seek’ game between NFF and Stephen Keshi as regards the Big Boss’ Super Eagles coaching job.
Onigbinde who took the then Green Eagles to a silver finish in the 1984 Africa Cup of Nations in Ivory Coast is unhappy that one cannot boldly point a finger between NFF and Keshi as to who to believe in the controversy as to who has been designated as Super Eagles next coach.
The Technical and Development Committee of NFF rose from its meeting last week saying it has recommended Keshi for a new Super Eagles coaching contract extension.
But the Big Boss said categorically that he’s not been informed or contacted by either the Technical and Development Committee or the NFF for a possible return as Eagles gaffer.
“I would want to leave Keshi and NFF to resolve their issues. I am not close to NFF or Keshi to know exactly what the real issue or situation between them is as to who is saying the truth between them”, Onigbinde reacted when Complete Sports spoke to him.
“But in all honesty, a situation where the federation (NFF) will tell us Keshi has been recommended for a new contract while the coach will say from the other end that nobody has spoken to him is not the best.