Keshi’s victory at the AFCON 2013 comes with much applaud and commendation to the rating of Keshi as the best coach of Nigeria indigenous coach.
The big boss was merely lucky to have been favoured by divine providence looking back at the way the Super Eagles lifted the AFCON 2013 trophy as Keshi did not win any of the games convincingly.
The AFCON win made Keshi to add another feather to his rating as one of the best coach in the continent of Africa, which also boosted his confident and personality in the African continent.
Then the confed competition which opened Nigerians soccer followers eyes that Keshi is not really the good coach they thought him to be.
First Keshi dismembered the nation cup winning team, started experimenting with the team with the invitation of fresh players, while telling sports journalists that he is building a strong team for Nigeria.
The question is how can you build a team without first having your first team or standing first eleven (11) then later go on to find your best second eleven?
He should have made each department competitive as to buttress his point.
The Super Eagles under Keshi guide is not having a standing first eleven (11) in each of the competitions he had played with the Super Eagles. Hence one can say, Super Eagles do not have a team.
Keshi is angry, he became angry when Nigerians started abusing and raining curses on his person, his parents at his failure to perform at the 2014 World Cup.
A coach that was rumoured to have been wooed by six African countries suddenly agreed to work without contract, refused to invite the best Nigerian leg to the Super Eagles.
I think, Keshi is only venting his anger on Nigerians for all the abuses and curses rained on him after the world cup. He has no tangible new ideas to help Nigeria football. ###