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There Is Hope For Nigerian Football, Says Karibi George

The dwindling fortunate of Nigeria football of recent made The Newswriter sports desk to seek for the opinion of the Public Relation Officer of Nigeria football supporters club, Rivers State Chapter, Barr. Karibi George, whether Nigerian football have hope in the next five years.

He responded by saying, with our performance in age grade football competitions there is hope for Nigerian football in the next five years.

For Keshi to turn the Super Eagles a much more better Eagle capable of calling it a team for all competitions like that of Tunisia 94 and USA 94 world cup Eagles, he said, Keshi’s ability to last on the job is dependent on how well the team performs in competitive matches.

Meanwhile, Keshi has been lured by NFF to sign two years contract deal for Keshi to coach the Super Eagles.

It would be recalled that under Keshi the Super Eagles had never played as a team, infact, Nigeria did not parade a standing first eleven team in all their matches played under Keshi.

Apart from, the AFCON cup that Sunday Mba won for Nigeria under Keshi by luck.

Meaning that, our hope for the next five years is relied on the progress made by our age grade football. As they matured to replace the aging players of the former Super eagles players.

But with Keshi performance, it will depend on the change he will bring to the Super Eagles if he has it or Nigerian football may be heading for the rocks. ###



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