Super Eagles coach Stephen Keshi believes that the future is bright for the senior national team despite losing 2-0 to France on Monday in the second round of the 2014 FIFA World Cup to crash out of the tournament in Brazil.
Speaking shortly after the match, the soccer tactician popularly called Big Boss said he was impressed with the performance of the players he took to the World Cup and also confident that they can be world champions in the nearest future if the tempo is sustained.
“We had a good game, I am impressed with the performance of the players and I can see that the future is bright for them if they can maintain the tempo”, says the Big Boss
Speaking on his future, the Super Eagles coach who won the last African Cup of Nations for Nigeria said he has more challenges to face while not thinking of continuing with the job.
“I won’t stay on as coach of the team again,” Keshi told his players after they crash out from the World Cup on Monday. “I have to go back to my family and face fresh challenges,” he added
Meanwhile, the Super Eagles will return home on Thursday with their focus on the next African Cup of Nations while the Nigeria Football Federation would have to look for a new coach that will thinker the team to the AFCON.