12 February 2013

Nigeria: Keshi's Resignation Withdrawal Conditional

Fresh facts have emerged in the on going Stephen Keshi resignation saga clearly indicating that money is not the root cause of his action but he is unhappy with the way football is run in the country and unless the Presidency is able to weigh in positively, the AFCON 2013 winner may still walk way.

According to sources close to the Edo-born tactician, Keshi is fed up with the system that is stifling the ability of football to grow in the country and would love things to change.

"He (Keshi) is not fighting for more money he knows he can make more coaching outside the county, no he is tired with the constant fighting and bickering that characterises the way football is run in the country," said the source.

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