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Keshi contemplates leaving Eagles



Head coach of the Nigerian national team, Stephen Keshi has hinted that he may quit after the ongoing Africa Cup of Nations in South Africa.

The former national team captain said in a press conference in Durban on Tuesday that he had yet to decide whether he would stay on after the 2013 Afcon.

“I am a professional and would act accordingly,” he said.

Keshi also stated that "some Nigerians" do not value what he is doing with the team which has prompted his current stance.

Keshi’s declarations would no doubt jolt the nation as the Super Eagles prepare for Wednesday’s 2013 Afcon semifinals against Mali.

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