Keshi Accuses NFF Of Contract Delay, Hopes To Sign New Deal Next WeekLatest News, News, Sports Saturday, August 23rd, 2014
Super Eagles Coach, Stephen Keshi has opened up on his dragging renewed contract with the Nigeria Football Federation (NFF), complaining the glass house is prolonging the negotiation.
Keshi who insists on monthly pay of N15 Million complained of delay and declared he would leave the country for a new coaching career, if the present situation persists.
He specified he could no more wait , as the contract talk has been dragged. The former Green Eagles Skipper added that the ongoing situation was unpleasant as the next year’s AFCON to be hosted by Morocco qualifier match against Congo slated for two weeks time.
Keshi, who won the 2013 Africa Cup of Nations and led the senior team to round of 16 in the recent world football tournament hosted by Brazil is expected in FCT next week to renew his contract.
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