Stephen Keshi has reacted to his sacking by the NFF with a verbal volley describing the decision to sack him as ‘deceitful’ as Super Eagles perennial standby coach, Amodu Shuaibu takes charge.
The African Cup winning coach insists he will report the NFF over his dismissal on Saturday night after spending just two months into his two-year contract at the Super Eagles coach.
The 58-year-old said the decision to sack him as the coach of the national team is meant to deceive Nigerians, implying there is cover-up for the real motives for his firing.
The NFF says Keshi was sacked for applying for the Ivory Coast coaching position but the former international who is currently in the United States to visit his family says he has not been formally informed of the decision to relief him of his post.
“I haven’t received any letter to that effect. Today is Saturday anyway,” Keshi told Complete Sports when asked about the decision to sack him on Saturday.
“Well they think their deceit will fool Nigerians? We’ll meet in CAS where justice will prevail.”