World Football - Keshi hits out at white coaches in Africa
Nigeria coach Stephen Keshi says the policy of hiring white coaches ahead of African ones is killing the game in Africa.
The Nigeria coach Stephen Keshi has hit out at Africa’s reliance on white coaches, saying it’s killing the game in Africa and they’re given more time than their native counterparts.
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