I don’t need foreign assistant, says Keshi

The Super Eagles head coach insists that there is no need for the employment of a foreign technical adviser for the national team for the Brazil 2014 Fifa World Cup

Nigeria coach Stephen Keshi has maintained that he won’t be in need of assistance from any foreign technical adviser for the Super Eagles towards an impressive outing at the Fifa 2014 World Cup.

The former Malian gaffer said he is taken aback hearing people talk about the appointment of a foreign coach when he did not use any to win the Africa Cup of Nations or to qualify for the World Cup.

 "I don't need any foreign technical assistance to guide the Super Eagles to perform well at the World Cup so if one is suggested I will politely reject the offer because I already have capable assistants working with me,” he told Complete Sports

"Let them (those clamouring for it including the NFF and NSC) provide us an enabling atmosphere and requirement and we shall get the job done in Brazil. We are not saying we shall win the World Cup but we shall make an impact,” concluded Keshi.

Keshi and his assistants are being owed seven months salaries.