Keshi remains Nigeria’s best coach – Says Taribo

Despite the huge public outcry against the
retention of coach Stephen Keshi as Super Eagles
manager after the Nations Cup qualifier fiasco,
one of his allies, Pastor Taribo West has
maintained that the Big Boss remains the best
coach in Nigeria.
Taribo hinged his defence of Keshi on the fact
that he won the African Nations Cup in 2013 in
South Africa and also led the team to second
round in the last World Cup in Brazil last year.
The former Inter Milan strongman hinted that no
local coach had achieved this feat in the history of
football in this country.
He, however, insisted that Keshi should be re-
appointed as the team’s manager to enable him
to start the preparations for the Nations Cup
qualifier and other championship.
But the position of Taribo differ from the position
of the Nigeria Football Federation technical
director, Shaibu Amodu, who insisted that Keshi
should go for failing to qualify Nigeria for the
Nations Cup.
Amodu’s grouse stems from the fact that Keshi is
planning to hold on despite his failure to qualify
the Super Eagles for the Nations Cup.
The technical director observed that coach
Samson Siasia was relieved of his job when he
failed to qualify the team for the Nations Cup
stressing that the same treatment should have
been extended to Keshi as well.

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