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Super Eagles Coach Keshi Submits Application For Ivory Coast Coach Job

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Super Eagles Coach Keshi Submits Application For Ivory Coast Coach Job

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June 21, 2015 – Super Eagles Coach Keshi Submits Application For Ivory Coast Coach Job

The Ivorian Football Federation has published the names of those who declared interest in Ivory Coast Elephants’ coach, Herve Renard’s job.

In a rude shock to NFF, Stephen Keshi who recently signed a new deal as Super Eagles coach is among those interested in taking Renard’s job.

See the list of those who applied to coach the Elephants below

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We hope Keshi applied for the job before signing the new NFF deal.

3 Comments

3 Comments

  1. Kola Daisi

    June 21, 2015 at 5:05 AM

    Let him go we need new talent

  2. MANNUEL

    June 21, 2015 at 12:26 PM

    The number of applicants is so large its difficult to believe this story, not even the best footballing countties in the world will atttact such a huge number of coaches applying to coach Cote D’Ivoire just for winning AFCON only for the second time. Its rather bizzare Keshi would apply for this job knowing the legal consequence of breach of contract with his current employers; NFF, except there’s a pullout clause in his contract, notwithstanding, the self image damaging reputations he would have attracted as a non reliable individual. Remember not all Nigerians agreed with NFF re-engaging Keshi for his arrogance and lack of respect for authorities and his endless settling of scores with certain individual players by refusing to invite them eventhough, they qualify to represent Nigeria. The story is outhere though but difficult to believe knowing how Keshi haggled and desperate to retain his position as Super Eagles coach, having tried inbetween time applying to coach countries like Ghana, Mali, South Africa, Ethiopia etc. albeit unsuccessful. The story may not totally be true however, let’s wait and see how the real stories unfolds.

  3. mae

    June 22, 2015 at 4:48 AM

    Mmm… That’s disgraceful,if he’s still a Nigeria coach & still apply 4 another job elsewhere…

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