Abuja - Nigeria head coach Stephen Keshi has shrugged off the issue surrounding his contract extension with the country's football federation, saying his "destiny" is not tied to the Super Eagles job, SuperSport reports.
The African champions face their Congolese counterparts, the Red Devils, at the Stade Municipal in Pointe-Noire in a 2015 Africa Cup of Nations qualifying match this Saturday which Nigeria must win by a two-goal margin to put life back into their hopes of defending their title.
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The 52-year-old coach is yet to be offered a new contract since his first deal with the Nigeria Football Federation (NFF) elapsed after the 2014 Fifa World Cup in Brazil.
But Keshi has now stated that contract talks is not an issue he is focusing on at the moment. He added that his future is not dependent on the Nigeria head coach job.
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