By Ayomide Oriade
The Nigeria Football Federation has hinted that Super Eagles coach Stephen Keshi would be sent for a refresher course abroad.
NFF president, Amaju Pinnick who dropped the hint said his board is fully focused on ensuring the Eagles prepare well for the 2017 AFCON and 2018 World Cup qualifiers by sending the team handlers to new courses abroad to broaden their scope and knowledge.
“In the short term package to reposition our football we will send some of our coaches and ex internationals to England for refresher courses in match reading. They will also receive orientation abroad on crisis management and other related courses that would help us improve on the quality of information to be given the coaches before, during and after games,” he said.
He also confirmed the Eagles will play most of their friendly games at home starting with the 25 March 2015 friendly against Brazil at the Uyo township stadium.