Thursday, 12 May 2016

SPORTS:---Stephen Keshi set to land South African coaching job

Stephen Keshi set to land
South African coaching job


– The ‘Big Boss’ is set to re-awaken his
coaching career with a PSL side
– Keshi has registered with a top South
African agency
– The 54-year old tactician has been out of
job since he was sacked in July 2015
Former Super Eagles’ coach Stephen Keshi
may soon return to action as the manager of
a South African Premier Soccer League
(PSL).
The Big Boss has registered with an agency
in that country and is expected to be
arranged with a club very soon.
Stephen Keshi
Vanguard reports that Keshi signed a deal
recently with top South African sports talent
agency.
The 54-year old tactician has been out of job
since he was sacked from his position as
the Super Eagles coach in July 2015.
He is likely to secure a deal with a PSL club
ahead of the 2016/17 season.
“Stephen Keshi has signed with Quality Talent
Sports, one of the biggest agencies in South
Africa and they will work towards getting him
a club in the PSL as soon as possible,” a
source confirmed.
The former Super Eagles’ captain led Nigeria
to win the 2013 Afcon in South Africa. He
has also managed other West African
national teams including Mali
Other Nigerians including Shuaibu Amodu,
Okey Emordi, Austin Eguavoen and late
Musa Abdullahi have previously worked in
South Africa.