Super Eagles coach Stephen Keshi has been recalled back to the Nigerian national team after a hiatus.
Keshi was relieved of his duties by the Nigeria Football Federation following Nigeria’s poor performances and results in the 2015 African Cup of Nations qualifiers.
The NFF announced the appointment of Amodu Shuaibu as interim coach of the Eagles who will work with a consortium of home-based coaches.
However President Goodluck Jonathan ordered the reinstatement of Keshi during his peace talks with the NFF President Amaju Pinnick and factional FA boss, Chris Giwa.
Keshi’s comeback is understood to be part of the truce which will avert a FIFA ban that would have taken place on Friday 31 October 2014.
The aggrieved Giwa opted to take his case out of the Jos High Court which duly ensured FIFA did not strike after 12 noon on Friday.
Now, with the return of Keshi and interestingly, his recall of Villarreal of Spain striker, Ikechukwu Uche to the Super Eagles, how do you see Keshi performing in Nigeria’s remaining two games in the AFCON qualifiers?
Do you support Keshi’s return or do you think Amodu should have taken the Eagles job on an interim basis?
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