Coach of Nigeria’s Super Eagles, Stephen Keshi has revealed he won’t mind remaining with the Super Eagles even after the World Cup if the conditions are right. For the past three (3) years, Keshi has been in charge of the Super Eagles and his reign has been successful as he lifted the 2013 African Cup Of Nations trophy and also qualified the Super Eagles for the Brazil 2014 World Cup which is just around the corner.
His relationship with the Nigerian Football Federation has not been rosy however. Speaking about his chances of remaining with the Nigerian National side beyond the World Cup, he said:
“If the condition is good, I will definitely stay,”
“I am not in Nigeria (as coach) to make money, if I want to do that, I would have be in other countries that offered me more, but I want to contribute and help build the Super Eagles as well as develop football in my country.”
There have been speculations that the former Manager of Mali and Togo’s national teams is wanted by the South African FA to manage Bafana Bafana. He has made it clear that the interests have not made him lose focus.
Would you love to see Keshi at the helm of Super Eagles’ affairs beyond the World Cup?