Whispers from the Nigeria Football Federation, NFF, suggests that embattled Coach, Stephen Keshi wants Daniel Amokachi sacked as assistant manager of the Super Eagles.
The former Everton forward was in charge of the Eagles in Keshi’s absence when the team prosecuted two friendly games.
Amokachi’s first assignment was the disgracefully defeat against Uganda in front of home fans at the Akwa Ibom International stadium, which was followed by a lackluster 1-1 draw in South Africa against the Bafana Bafana.
Amokachi told an unnamed NFF official after the Cranes friendly that it was the big boss that selected the team and he was just a figure head and that report got to Keshi and after expressing anger vowed that he may not be able to work with Amokachi as Super Eagles assistant coach.
Now, he wants Amokachi out of the team as reports reaching Nigerian Pilot Sunday sports indicated that the former Mali and Togo coach is pushing the Nigeria Football Federation egg-heads to re-engage the services of his former assistant, Togolese Valerie Hounandinuou who was fired by the NFF in April, 2013.
Keshi who recently agreed to a new deal with the Nigerian football body to continue as manager will sign the contract papers next week.

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