Football is a game that brings back the memories and fan fare going forward. It's a game that deals with our emotions and memories.
Former Chelsea star Frank Leboeuf has paid an emotional tribute to ex-Super Eagles coach, player and legend Stephen Keshi. He pours out encomium on the ex player particularly on the goal he scored during their days at Strasbourg.
In his words:
''I want to talk about somebody who has passed away and his name is Stephen Keshi who was a Nigerian player and was absolutely fantastic.''I was his teammate at Strasbourg and he scored a free-kick from 40 yards which helped us in League One.He is now no more but his memories will still live on forever and ever in the memories of the fans."
Amazingly,the super eagles of Nigeria will be involve in a match against Benin Republic and Lesotho in the 2021 Afcon Qualifiers.
The Country, Nigeria will now hope to take their Football to another level and probably go on to win the Nations Cup.
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