Why would Stephen Keshi resign one day after winning the Africa Nations Cup for Nigeria?

From Africa is a Country Mon Feb 11 2013, 13:41:27

Post by Cheta Nwanze* In 1989, an unknown Dutch manager, Clemens Westerhof happened upon the job of managing the Nigerian National Team, known at the time, as the Green Eagles. A year later, the team was meant to compete in the African Nations Cup, hosted by Algeria. Before the tournament, all hell broke loose as [...]

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