Stephen Keshi Resigns As Super Eagle’s Coach

Stephen Keshi Resigns As Super Eagle’s Coach

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keshiAfter the Eagles were eliminated by France in the round of 16 match
in Brasilia on Monday, the Delta State-born tactician said it was time
to move on after leading his country’s national team to lift the Africa
Nations Cup trophy last year and taking them to the ongoing World Cup in
“I have to go back to my family and face fresh challenges,” Keshi said.
Similarly, Super Eagles Captain, Yobo Joseph said he has had enough
and can go no further as national team player. “I think I should give
the younger ones the opportunity to forge ahead. I have nothing new to
offer,” Yobo, whose own goal in the match against France guaranteed the
French side a place in the quarter finals.

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Nigeria lost to France after conceding two goals.

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