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|Keshi Is Most 'googled' Sports Person by heatmeup(f): 5:05pm On Dec 18, 2014|
Nigeria coach Stephen Keshi has been
the spirit child of Nigerian football in
the past two years. Will he go, will he
stay on the job?
These were the questions that dominated many minds and therefore
their online searches in 2014 as Keshi led the most searched Nigerian
sports personality section of the Google Year-In-Search.
According to the search engine giant, the “Year-In-Search” lists are
an annual look at the billions of searches performed throughout the
year. Year-In-Search uses data from multiple sources while filtering
out spam and repeat queries, to build more than 1,000 fascinating
top-ten lists across pop culture, sports, music, politics, news, and
JP Clark described the abiku child in his poem of the same title as
one who gets born into a household, dies and is born another time;
dies again and is reborn, in a manner that continues to torture the
birth mother and entire family.
ever has the coach of the national team divided so much opinion as
the Super Eagles handler has done in the past two years.
Even his former boss Shaibu Amodu has asked him to quit and stop
beggaring for the job following recent failings.
"Stephen Keshi alone will decide if he has a reputation or he does not
have a reputation. If he has a reputation he will walk out of the job, if
he does not have, he should stay like a beggar,” Amodu said.
Since he first resigned following his historic capture of the 2013
Africa Cup of Nations title in South Africa, Keshi has become a thorny
issue, a captivating character, a rebellious man manager.
At once he is the best thing to have happened to Nigerian football
since Clemens Westerhof, at other times he becomes the most vilified
man on the continent.
2014 was the year Keshi was supposed to become a coaching icon.
He took the Super Eagles Team B – domestic league-based – to third
place at the African Nations Championship for the first time (CHAN
was most trending event of 2014).
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It was expected that Keshi would turn Nigeria’s campaign at the
World Cup into another opportunity to create new records and deeply
engrave his name in the records.
He had become the darling of the consumer brands as he became the
face of the Peak Milk and Pepsi campaigns ahead of the Mundial.
However, inability to manage properly the team’s strength due to his
limited technical know-how (cue the fact that Keshi made the least
number of substitutions among all the coaches) and his controversial
choice of players to the World Cup hampered the success of the side
as it failed to once again shatter the Round of 16 glass ceiling in
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|Re: Keshi Is Most 'googled' Sports Person by Unionised(m): 5:11pm On Dec 18, 2014|
Keshi, the anointed one.
|Re: Keshi Is Most 'googled' Sports Person by Nobody: 5:42pm On Dec 18, 2014|
he should resign..
|Re: Keshi Is Most 'googled' Sports Person by heatmeup(f): 6:14pm On Dec 18, 2014|
una wicked oooooooo
|Re: Keshi Is Most 'googled' Sports Person by toxiflam: 7:30pm On Dec 18, 2014|
Anyway, all I can say is
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