After winning the African Cup of Nations for Nigeria, 19 years later, one would have expected Stephen Keshi to be treated with respect by his employers. Instead we hear his salary is to be slashed because the NFF is not in a strong financial position. The question is why promise players a match winning  bonus of $10,000 and agree to a contract with a certain amount to be paid as salary only to come up with a $5000 match winning bonus  curve ball, after victory.

This doesnt sound too good. Let us hope Osaze Odemwegie`s warning to the big boss does not make sense eventually. He warned that inspite of Kehi`s success, he would still be sacked in the long run.

Posted on April 12, 2013, in Sports and tagged . Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.

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