NFF Technical and Development Committee member, Paul Bassey has joined the increasing list of football stakeholders in the country who believe Stephen Keshi isn’t the right man for the Super Eagles.
Infact, the CAF media team member has vowed to quit his position if the ex- coach is being re-employed.
“I feel pained that we are still talking about whether to hire or not to hire Keshi. As for me, I”ve decided that the day they announce Keshi as coach, I’ll relinquish my job as a member of the Technical Committee.”
The Sports Journalist continued, ‘I worked with Keshi for four years and know that he has nothing to offer the Eagles as a coach. We need to move our football forward and offer a contract to somebody who will breathe fresh air and bring back Nigeria to the front row of African football and the world.
Keshi cannot do this. He knows his limitations but has decided to hold up the same game that gave him fame and fortune in Nigeria. We cannot continue to be moving round in circles with one man on the centre as if without him nothing good can happen to our football. If they appoint him today, I’ll throw in my towel. That is is my opinion and I wish them well.”