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What Keshi Meant, Ike Uche Is Tactically Indiscipline

KeshiNigerians should see Keshi as a man who meant well for Nigeria. Afterall, he has his reputation as the No. 1 coach of the continent of Africa.

Keshi meant well for Nigeria by coming out with the truth that Ike Uche lacks tactical discipline. The big boss as he is fondly called in his playing day, by his playmates, only meant, Ike Uche is selfish with the ball as when he is supposed to pass or release the ball to his partner who is in a better position of securing a goal for the country (the team).

Let look at it openly, most times, Ike Uche will refused to pass or release the ball to a player in a better position of scoring a goal, yet he will not release or pass the ball to that player because he wants to score the goal by himself.

Every coach wants a goal to win his matches; going with a player who has tactical indiscipline may rein the chances of the team in progressing to the next level.

Keshi is trying to be careful not to make a tactical mistake in his choice of players to the world cup.

Ike Uche, to his credit is a good player. He had also helped the super eagles in her qualifiers matches in scoring and winning some of the qualifiers for the country. But taking a player that lacks tactical discipline would be a risk not good for Nigeria World Cup ambition.

He has demonstrated that by inviting skipper Joseph Yobo after what happened to him at the Nations Cup with the player. He has also included Osaze Odewinge into his World Cup plans because he wants result.

In the same vein, he has talked with Osaze and yobo, giving them tactical conditions to help the Super Eagles in the world cup. Keshi’s plan is to give something tangible to Nigerians  hence he refused to dumb Nigeria for other countries who are luring him with juicy offers here and there. ##

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