Adegboye Onigbinde, a former coach of the Super Eagles, said it would be very difficult to establish any harmony if the Nigeria Football Federation were to re-appoint Stephen Keshi as the head coach of the national team.
Keshi’s future as the manager of the Super Eagles has been very uncertain lately. Some time ago, he was sacked,then things happened again and he was reinstated, all this has caused a lot of confusion in Nigerian football. Onigbinde who coached Nigeria national team at the 2002 FIFA World Cup thinks that is a problem.
“To me it would be very difficult for Keshi to succeed on the job since the NFF has once sacked him before,” Onigbinde told The Nation.
“Keshi would still need to work with the present NFF administration that first sacked him and the relationship to me has already been soured.”