Embattled ‘stop-gap’ Super Eagles chief coach Stephen Keshi has reportedly been offered a new two-year contract by the Nigeria Football Federation.
The 2013 AFCON winner who could not defend the title in 2015 hinted that he will earn N5m as monthly salary which was what he was paid in his initial three-year deal.
Keshi on Wednesday failed to get the job of Burkina Faso national team manager which was handed to German coach Gernot Rhor, but has revealed that the NFF have offered him a new contract.
The new contract, according to Keshi, has many clauses which it mandatory that he reports to several persons in the NFF and its committees.
Should Stephen Keshi accept the new contract which he reportedly called a ‘Slave Contract’?
Would Keshi taking the new offer mean he is keen to placate Nigerians for the 2015 AFCON disappointment?
What is your views about the ‘slave’ clauses in the contract document as claimed by Keshi?
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