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Published On: Tue, Oct 14th, 2014

Gabon, Angola, Equatorial-Guinea want my service, Keshi tells NFF

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KeshiEmbattled Head Coach of the Super Eagles, Stephen Keshi has told Nigeria Football Federation (NFF) that three Africa countries ready to hire him.

The former Eagles’ captain, who is on the job without a contract told AfricanFootball.com that he is not afraid of sack following the poor performance of his team in the ongoing Africa Cup of Nations qualifiers and insisted that countries like Gabon, Angola and Equatorial-Guinea are ready to hire him if Nigeria fails to renew his contract.

“It’s not about the game; it’s about other personal stuff. So, if tomorrow they say Keshi leave, there is no shaking because other two, three countries are waiting for me. My job is about hire and fire.

“Right now I have been to other places I have coached before I have not been fired. If it comes down to Nigeria, I have been here before, qualified Nigeria for 2002 World Cup with Amodu Shaibu, we were asked to leave.”

Keshi who said he is ready for the worst, disclosed that Nigerians are calling for his head, which according to him will be impossible for them to cut because the head belongs to him.

He said Nigerians can only call for the job as coach of the Eagles from him, “and this happens anywhere in the world,” he said.

He, however, berated Nigerians for not having faith in his Eagles after they won the AFCON title in South Africa when all hope was lost.

Keshi and his Eagles will on Wednesday in Abuja host Sudan, who are now third in the standings with three points.

And next month, they travel to second-placed Congo, who defeated them 3-2 in Calabar in September, before they welcome Group A leaders South Africa.

They must now have to win their remaining three matches and hope other results in the group go their way if they were to qualify for the championship.

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