The Executive Committee of the Nigeria Football Federation have approved the contract extension of Super Eagles coach Stephen Keshi who himself has accepted the offer to work again as the Nigerian national team coach after his earlier contract with the NFF terminated at the end of Nigeria’s 2014 World Cup campaign.
The NFF Committee have also approved that the board finalise the details of Keshi’s re-engagement.
With Keshi’s new contract offer, comes huge expectations from the national team chief coach which is expected to include qualification to the 2015 African Cup of Nations and retaining the AFCON title he won with the team in 2013. Keshi is also expected to qualify for the 2018 World Cup in Russia.
If these are the targets for Keshi in his second instalment as Eagles coach, do you think the NFF would be setting realistic targets or will the set goals laid down for Keshi be too much to achieve?
What do you think will be Keshi’s approach to his handling of the team in a bid to reaching those standards?
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