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Keshi won't reveal cards for Kenya



Head coach of the Nigerian national team, Stephen Keshi has revealed that he will announce his list of players on March 9 for the 2014 Fifa World Cup qualifying game against Kenya’s Harambee Stars.

The Super Eagles will face the Harambee Stars on March 23 at the UJ Esuene Stadium, Calabar and Keshi has now moved to reveal the date he will name his troops for the crucial Group F encounter.

“The list for the Super Eagles for that game against Kenya will be released on March 9, exactly two weeks before the game against Kenya so Nigerians can see who is in and who is out,” Keshi told supersport.com on Monday.

The ‘Big Boss’ however failed to reveal if there would be any surprises would be on the cards.

“Will there be any surprises in that list? Well, I guess Nigerians will have to wait to find out if there are any surprises but we are still working on this team to see that it becomes the complete article,” he stated.

Nigeria currently top Group F of 2014 Fifa World Cup qualifying with four points from two matches.

The group is comprised of Kenya, Malawi and Kenya.



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