Erstwhile coach of the Super Eagles Stephen Keshi is not interested in the vacant managerial position of the Super Eagles following the resignation of Sunday Oliseh.
Oliseh resigned from his role as Super Eagles coach citing uncondusive working environment and plans to sabotage him ahead of Nigeria against Egypt game.
His resignation came as a rude shock to the Nigeria Football Federation (NFF) who according to owngoalnigeria.com are already shopping for his replacement with just over three weeks to Nigeria all important AFCON 2017 double header against Egypt.
However any hope of re-hiring Stephen Keshi has been dashed by a close associate to the man who helped Nigeria lift the AFCON 2013 crown but subsequently failed to qualify to defend the trophy at the next edition.
“No way, no chance at all, Keshi has moved on, he is presently still in shock over the death of his wife linking him to any managerial job is not just premature but also a lack of respect” He told owngoalnigeria.com.
” It’s better Nigerians now appreciate what he did during his time but despite his love for the country, he won’t be coaching the Eagles anytime soon”.
Recently promoted Nigeria U-20 coach and U-23 boss, Emmanuel Amuneke and Samson Siasia respectively are currently the front runners to replace Sunday Oliseh