Stephen Keshi & Lone Star
Stephen Okechukwu Keshi (born January 31, 1962 in Lagos) is a former football defender from Nigeria. Texas is the second most populous and the second most extensive of the 50 states in the United States of America, and the most extensive state of the 48 contiguous United States. /5
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Eagles demolish Liberia 6-1, qualify for Nations Cup October 14, 2012 by ’TANA AIYEJINA 58 Comments Super Eagles players celebrating victory over Liberia in Calabar … on Saturday. | credits: AFP Chelsea duo Mikel Obi and Victor Moses wereresponsible for three goals as the Super Eagles on Saturday at the UJ Esuene Stadium,Calabar, humiliated Liberia’s Lone Star 6-1 to qualify for the South Africa 2013 Africa Cup of Nations. The Eagles thus went through 8-3 aggregateafter they were held to a 2-2 draw in the first leg in Monrovia. The qualification eased a lot of anxiety after the Eagles failed to qualify for this year’s Nations Cup. Coach Stephen Keshi started only two home-based players, Godfrey Oboabona, who stood in for injured skipper Joseph Yobo and Azubuike Egwueke in his line-up while Lazio young midfielder, Ogenyi Onazi, made his international debut, coming on for the ineffective Obiora Nwankwo late in the game. New Celtic signing Efe Ambrose sent fans at the packed 10, 000-capacity UJ Esuen ...
Nigeria versus Liberia: Now that Liberia has lost, for the next few days, we will see and heard all of the so-called outside coaches, witches,haters and anti-developer claiming to have all of the answers to Lone Star's and Liberia's football program. What kind of country is this, where everybody sits and allow the worst before they make suggestions, especially when are a targeting a specific person or an institution. Let post this question out, would Liberia qualified if we had George Weah, Technical Director and James Salinsa Debbah Head Coach? Nigeria's Coach is Stephen Keshi, does that add any value to the players performance? Why is it that our former football greats are the only ones who dont want to follow their God given gift of football, but waiting for political offices? Kalusha Bwalya is Zambia FA President, his country is the current holder of the African Nations Cup, Abede Pele runs one of the best academies in Africa, where has promoted more than twenty Ghanaian football players in Europe inc ...
Chelsea midfielder, John Mikel Obi returned to international football with a goal as Nigeria ran over ten-man Liberia 6-1 in a 2013 Afcon qualifying in Calabar on Saturday. It was Mikel's first appearance for Nigeria in a year and under Stephen Keshi since he took charge in November 2011. Efe Ambrose, Ahmed Musa, Ikechukwu Uche and a double from Victor Moses saw off the Liberians, who got a consolation from Patrick Wleh. After a minute of silence for the grieving families of the Mubi massacre, undergraduates killed in Aluu and flood victims, it was the Nigerians who took the initiative with an early goal. On 58 seconds, Celtic defender, Ambrose rose highest to nod away from Moses' free kick. Liberia's Lone Star came back fighting with Zah Kranger firing Tonia Tisdell's cross from the left channel wide on three minutes. Kaetu Smith's Lone Star continued to push for an equaliser and came close on 34 minutes when Sekou Jabateh Oliseh's shot from 25 yards was tipped away by Nigeria's Vincent Enyeama for a cor ...
Wingless Eagles have rediscovered thier form, as they lead Lone Star 4-nil in Calabar. Thumbs up to the Big Boss, Stephen Keshi.
Check this article out in today’s edition of SportsDay newspaper (Thursday, October 11, 2012) EAGLE EYE LET’S PRAY FOR EAGLES All too soon, the much talked about October 13 clash between Nigeria and Liberia is at hand; as only one day separates us from that potentially titanic battle in The Canaan City, Calabar, Cross River State, south east Nigeria. Of course, we know it will not be bloody like The Battle of The Titans, and it will not be a tragi-dramatic tale like Troy or Lion Heart, all epic movies of immense action, captivation and imagination about the tussles of nation against nation. Yet, Nigeria versus Liberia on October 13 holds its fair share of trappings for a spellbinder per excellence, especially after a 2-2 stalemate in the first leg and from the reality that only one of the two teams – Super Eagles or Lone Star – will be celebrating at the end of 90 minutes+ of this encounter at U.J. Esuene Stadium, simply because only a single ticket to the 2013 Africa Cup of Nations is on offer fr ...
Yobo In Tears Over Lone Star Miss ..Super Eagles skipper, Joseph Ikpo Tambarin Yobo, spent over one hour on phone with Head Coach of the team, Stephen Keshi to confirm his unavailability for this weekend’s crucial tie against the Lone Star of Liberia, the coach confirmed on Wednesday. Yobo’s knee is said to have swollen up after he played 70 minutes for his Turkish side at the weekend.
Mikel arrives camp 7 hours ago By Johnbosco Agbakwuru, Calabar Chelsea Midfielder, John Obi Mikel Wednesday, completed the 22 players invited by the Super Eagles Head Coach, Stephen Keshi for the return leg of the final Afcon 2013 qualifier between the Super Eagles and the Lone Star of Liberia on Saturday at the U.J. Esuene Stadium Calabar. Mikel arrived at the Metropolitan Hotel Camp, Calabar at about 12noon to complete the number of invited players which excluded injured captain, Joseph Yobo. Mikle Obi Speaking to Journalists, Keshi said that he needed all the good Players in the National Team but cannot have all of them at the same time to play a particular match. He said, “We need Anichebe, we need Obafemi Martins; we need Uche Kalu; we need Yakubu Aiyebgeni; and we need all the good players. But I cannot bring all the players at the same time; there must be a number of players that I must work with in any match.” Keshi said that invitation to the National Team must always be on merit and not on ...
Stephen Keshi also said the team will have a full training on Tuesday evening with all 15 invited Europe-based players in attendance. Keshi assured that there was enough time to prepare the team for the game against the Lone Star of Liberia. Keshi argued that most of the players invited have been playing regularly for their clubs n is enough to make up for lost time.
Super Eagles coach Stephen Keshi says his players needed no extra motivation to beat the Lone Star of Liberia on Oct. 13 in Calabar as they were already inspired to do well.
Envision Nigeria shared the following link and had this to say about it: *Dont lose sleep over Liberia Stephen Keshi, the Head Coach of the Super Eagles, on Wednesday urged Nigerians not to lose sleep over his team’s Nations' Cup qualifying match against the Lone Star of Liberia. Envision Nigeria
Naij.com Nations Cup: Eagles Can’t Afford to Lose to Liberia – Erico Joe Erico, a retired goalkeeper of the former Green Eagles in the 1970s, wants total support for the Super Eagles’ Coach, Stephen Keshi, in the October 13 clash against the Lone Star of Liberia in Calabar. FOLLOW THE LINK TO READ MORE
Former Green Eagles goalkeeper Emmanuel Okala has advised coach Stephen Keshi to field the best goalkeeper against the Lone Star of Liberia.
Super Eagles coach Stephen Keshi has boasted that the Lone Star of Liberia cannot stop the Super Eagles from qualifying for the 2013 AFCON.
We won’t forgive Keshi if … NFF *Speaks on Mikel THE Nigeria Football Federation, NFF, stated yesterday that they would not forgive Super Eagles coach, Stephen Keshi if the nation does not qualify for the African Cup of Nations to be held in South Africa next year. The Federation is still being haunted by the Eagles non qualification of the last edition held in Gabon and Equatorial Guinea under coach Samson Siasia. Reviewing the Eagles 2-2 draw with the Lone Star of Liberia weekend in Monrovia where goalkeeper Vincent Enyeamah’s howler allowed the Liberians to equalise in a match that the Eagles deserved to win, Chairman of NFF Media Committee, High Chief Emeka Inyamah said that Keshi remains totally in control of the Eagles. ‘’Keshi has the powers not to invite any player who will not help the course of the team. He is in charge. The technical committee will review the match but their job remains advisory. We have absolute confidence in him and he knows that his contract is tied to qualifying N ...
Eagles dismiss Liberia pitch, jibes Super Eagles have assured that hostility and a poor pitch will not stop them from victory in Liberia on Saturday. Report by the NFF advance party to Monrovia have revealed that the Eagles should expect a hostile reception in Liberia and that they will be playing on a very poor pitch at the Samuel Kanyon Doe Stadium. However, Chelsea winger Victor Moses has maintained that the bad state of the pitch will not be an excuse for the Eagles not to fly past the Lone Star on Saturday. Reports from the advance team led by technical committee chairman Chris Green reveals that the SKD Stadium pitch is bumpy with pockets of holes capable of causing serious injuries. "I don't think the state of the pitch would affect our play. We just want to go play football. So, we are not concerned with the state of the pitch," said the new Chelsea signing. Russia-based striker Emmanuel Emenike has also assured that the jibes and tough talk by Liberia would only fire up the Eagles for the big bat ...
Super Eagles boss, Stephen Keshi, has said he respects the Liberian National Team; Lone Star, for their robust play and the massive support they usually get when they play at home, but he has one weapon to unleash on the Liberians; Victor Moses
Ahead of the final round of qualifying game against the Liberia’s Lone Star, Head Coach of the Nigeria National Team, Stephen Keshi has identified Anthony Laffor as the main threat his side will face when the Super Eagles face Liberia.
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