Nigeria Football Coaches Association, NFCA, has clearly washed their hands off the enigma surrounding Super Eagles Head Coach Stephen Keshi following recent inquiry on whether he applied to handle Ivory Coast National team.
The Disciplinary Committee of Nigeria Football Federation, NFF, led by Chris Green is currently launching an investigation on the former Mali and Togo handler to determine their next line of action.
However, NFCA speaking through its National President Bitrus Bewarang accused Keshi of running a one man show adding that he has never associated himself with his colleagues in Nigeria.
According to him, “I have tried to speak to national coaches to always associate themselves with their colleagues here because they are at the professional level to help the association with some of the finances to get some of our programme done.
“If they become our members, we will stick our neck for them, that is an advantage of being in Association. Our hands are tight when they are not our members.
“Some of the coaches that have been sacked here and there, some of them are now saying, let the coaches association come for their rescue, how can we do that, when you are not our members?
He equally backed NFF in their resolve to investigate Keshi , saying “let the NFF investigate him and if they found him guilty, then they should take necessary punishment against him.”

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