Lagos - A former Wimbledon FC of England striker, John
Fashanu, on Monday said the Chief Coach of the Super Eagles, Stephen Keshi, had
performed creditably so far on the job.
Fashanu made the remark in Lagos.
“I’m not going to say that Stephen Keshi needs to change
anything at this present point in time; he is doing a good job. It’s not easy
being a manger of one of the most difficult countries in the world.
“So, I’m very happy with him, for somebody who played 2 000
matches and spent 20 years in the game of football. I think he qualifies.
“Keshi has done a wonderful job; we must congratulate him. That
means the future is looking bright,” he said.
He urged the national team not to relent in their efforts in
the buildup to the forthcoming 2014 World Cup in Brazil.
For the latest on
national news, politics, sport, entertainment and more follow us on Twitter and
like our Facebook page!