Stephen Keshi & Peter Odemwingie

Stephen Okechukwu Keshi (born January 31, 1962 in Lagos) is a former football defender from Nigeria. Peter Osaze Odemwingie (born 15 July 1981) is a Soviet-born Nigerian footballer who plays for Premier League club West Bromwich Albion as a striker. 5.0/5

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Stephen Keshi Sacked By Nigeria Football Federation Nigeria on Thursday sacked Stephen Keshi as national team coach, despite home win against Sudan that kept them in the running to defend the African title. The Nigeria Football Federation said after an emergency meeting that former coach Shuaibu Amodu would take temporary charge before a foreign manager is appointed. The Super Eagles were rock bottom of Group A in qualifying for next year’s Africa Cup of Nations after winning just one point in three matches but a 3-1 win against Sudan in Abuja on Wednesday lifted them to third. Speculation about 52-year-old Keshi’s future has refused to go away since the end of the World Cup finals in Brazil in July, where Nigeria reached the knock-out stages of the competition. Keshi’s three-year deal ran out after the return from South America while he lost the support of players after much-publicised rows with the likes of Emmanuel Emenike, Peter Odemwingie and Ikechukwu Uche. His record of five defeats, five dra ...
Stephen Keshi and goal scorer against Bosnia, Peter Odemwingie have reviewed the performance of the team
� Coach Stephen Keshi feels the Super Eagles victory over Bosnia-Herzegovina in the early hours of Sunday was for all of Africa after Peter Odemwingie?s goal put the Super Eagles on the brink of reaching the World Cup knockout stages.
Ameobi admits Nigeria rode their luck Shola Ameobi admitted Nigeria rode their luck at times as they beat World Cup debutants Bosnia-Hercegovina 1-0 in a crucial Group F encounter on Saturday. Peter Odemwingie's first half strike handed Nigeria their first win at a World Cup finals since 1998. The goal came just seven minutes after Bosnia striker Edin Dzeko had a goal incorrectly disallowed for offside. Nigeria also survived a late scare in injury time. Dzeko scuffed a shot which Nigeria goalkeeper Vincent Enyeama deflected onto the post and away to safety. Ameobi conceded Nigeria needed a bit of luck. "We probably rode our luck a bit but it was all about getting the three points and getting the job done," Ameobi told BBC Sport. "In football you need a bit of that [luck] but kudos to the lads, they fought hard for this victory because Bosnia kept coming at us. We never doubted our own ability. "Credit is due to the coaching staff and our fans too for their support after a difficult first game against Iran ...
World Cup Kudos to Super Eagles of Nigeria for defeating Bosnia 1-0 yesterday. I saw improvement in the Nigeria team, especially the wonderful performance from Peter Odemwingie, Emenike, Onazi, Omeruo and some players. But the defense line-up was not very strong. I know that some key defenders like Echijile, Oboabona etc. are suffering from one injury or the other. The players in good fit should please try to put more effort. The players still need to improve on their teamwork. I think Coach Stephen Keshi needs to develop a better tactics against Argentina. Best wishes to Super Eagles of Nigeria in the on-going 2014 Fifa World Cup in Brazil!
Nigeria VS Bosnia&Eggovin -Peter Odemwingie's opener was Nigeria's 18th WC goal. -Nigeria is now the African team with the most WC goals (Cameroon on 17) -Nigeria is the 1st African team to qualify for the 2nd round (okay so u think Iran would beat Bosnia by 2 goals, even if Argentina beat 9ja 2-0 too)? -Nigeria is currently FIFA's fair team winning team, having just received ONLY one yellow card so far (Mourinho's styled & taught hacker; Mikel Obi) -This is Nigeria's 1st win in the World Cup in 18years (since France 1998 against Bulgaria) -Nigeria is the first African team to play 2 games in a World Cup and NOT concede a goal -Nigeria and Mexico are the ONLY two teams not to have conceded a goal so far -Stephen Keshi is the First & ONLY Nigerian coach to win a game in a World Cup -Nigerians Victor Enyeama has the BEST goalkeeping record in the best & top 5 leagues in Europe, having 21 clean sheets, now he's added 2 more in the World Cup -Nigeria is the ONLY team amongst old WC teams in Brazil to birth a ...
Stephen Okechukwu Keshi: Shine On = It has been 16 years in coming but a fine goal from Peter Odemwingie a generous linesman flag, and the tactical acumen of Stephen Keshi combined to end Nigeria's run of nine World Cup games without a win. Bosnia, perhaps, were guilty of underestimating Nigeria after their drab draw with Iran. It's true that the absence of Sunday Mba, left out for arriving late for the squad get-together in London - he said because of visa trouble - has robbed Nigeria of a guiding intelligence to link the pace of the rest of the front four but against a side who attacked them, seemed less of an issue than it had against Iran. They are more effective as a reactive side and that perhaps should be a warning to future, more vaunted, opponents not to underestimate them - Jonathan Wilson Guardian, UK
I've always said that of all the sports FOOTBALL is surely DIVINE I believe God created football, I believe in its prophetic nature also ( football predicts the state of ones nation) The World Cup proves to me that new world powers are emerging and also other nations are dying slowly but gradually ( the summary, there is a change in the tide in the communities of the world ) Nigeria's win tonight shows we be a struggling people with many woes but one that will definitively pull through at the end of it all; I give it to the Super Eagles ( it may seem weak to you) because you only sat to watch it on your HD television set but may it be known to us all if the world champs were sent packing in this very first round and other colossal giants then we should celebrate Stephen Keshi, we should celebrate Peter Odemwingie ,we should celebrate the Super Eagles! Congrats Nigeria!!
Nigeria coach Stephen Keshi has said that his side will have to improve if they are to make an impact at the World Cup in Brazil. He was talking after they drew 0-0 with fellow World Cup finalists Greece in Philadelphia on Tuesday. Both sides created chances but lacked a clinical edge to find the target. "We will always have very difficult games but the motivation will be to do a lot better than we managed in our last couple of games." Keshi said. "The truth is we didn't play our game. The importance of a friendly game is to know your weakness and what needs improvement. Did you know? Nigeria coach Stephen Keshi is still searching for a first win against European opposition since he took charge in 2011. "What I found out is that we were not able to keep our ball possession like we did for the last 12 to 15 minutes. The whole idea was to control the game." Nigeria's best chances fell to Stoke City's Peter Odemwingie, Michael Babatunde (Volyn Lutsk), Ogenyi Onazi (Lazio) and Chelsea's Victor Moses late on b ...
Nigeria's World Cup list; Mba, Igiebor, Uzoenyi dropped The trio of Sunday Mba, Nosa Igiebor and Ejike Uzoenyi have been left out of the Nigerian squad to the 2014 Fifa World Cup. According to a statement from the Nigeria Football Federation (NFF) announcing the final 23-man squad, Warri Wolves goalkeeper, Daniel Akpeyi as well as Joel Obi, Obinna Nsofor and Nnamdi Oduamadi were also dropped by the Super Eagles Head Coach, Stephen Keshi. Keshi selected nine defenders, five midfielders and seven strikers as well as the mandatory three goalkeepers. Expectedly Vincent Enyeama, John Obi Mikel, Emmanuel Emenike, Peter Odemwingie, Ogenyi Onazi, Austin Ejide, Godfrey Oboabona, Kenneth Omeruo, Efe Ambrose, Ahmed Musa, Shola Ameobi And Victor Moses are named in the 23-man roster. Captain Joseph Yobo is also named in the squad as he will make a third appearance at the World Cup while he will hope to become the first Nigerian footballer to reach the 100-mark of international caps. Only three players from the Nigeria ...
Nigeria coach Stephen Keshi has named 30 players in his provisional squad for next month's World Cup. The reigning African champions will be making their fifth appearance at world football's major showpiece and have been drawn in the same group with Argentina, Iran and Bosnia. Usual suspects Vincent Enyeama, Mikel Obi, Efe Ambrose, Godfrey Oboabona, Ahmed Musa and Victor Moses have been included, as well as dark horses Ramon Azeez, Michael Babatunde and Azubuike Egwuekwe while midfield ace Joel Obi and Peter Odemwingie return after several months in the international wilderness. Top scorer of the 29th Africa Cup of Nations, Emmanuel Emenike, back from injury, returns to the fold. However, injured Nosa Igiebor and Reuben Gabriel are the surprise inclusion in the squad while the Keshi snubbed Ikechukwu Uche, Dynamo Kiev's Brown Ideye, Hull City’s Sone Aluko and Fegor Ogude who have had enjoyed productive seasons. There are four goalkeepers, eight defenders, eight midfielders and ten strikers. Full Squad G ...
Keshi Gets Iorfa’s Backing Former international Dominic Iorfa has offered his support to manager Stephen Keshi amidst criticism of the latter's provisional World Cup squad. Keshi has caused much controversy within the Nigerian Football Federation (NFF) after leaving out a number of high-profile players from his provisional 23-man squad to take to Brazil next month. Notable omissions include Anderlecht youngster Brown Ideye, Seattle Sounders striker Obafemi Martins and Villarreal forward Ikechukwu Uche, while Stoke's formaly out of favour striker Peter Odemwingie has cracked the nod after making his peace with Keshi. Iorfa, though, has backed Keshi's squad, insisting their is too much quality in Nigerian football to accommodate everyone while calling on the nation to get behind the team in Brazil. "I don’t think it is proper for me to start saying things about the players Keshi has invited," the current Lobi Stars chairman told SuperSport. 'He knows what he wants and he has gone for the players he beli ...
Osaze in keshi's 30 man squad Stoke striker Peter Odemwingie and Newcastle forward Shola Ameobi are in Nigeria's provisional 30-man World Cup squad for Brazil 2014. Odemwingie has been recalled to the Super Eagles after ending his feud with coach Stephen Keshi. The pair fell out after Odemwingie was omitted from Keshi's 2013 Africa Cup of Nations squad. Odemwingie, 32, last played for Nigeria in a goalless draw against Rwanda in February 2012. He told BBC Sport: "I made mistakes in the past but I've put all that behind me now. I thank the manager for this chance. "This is good for my career because I am in a better place right now. I just want to make my own contribution to the team and my country." Also handed a recall is Captain Joseph Yobo, 33, who has not played for Nigeria since they won the Africa Cup of Nations in South Africa last year. John Mikel Obi of Chelsea and Liverpool's Victor Moses lead a cast of 19 returning players from the Nations Cup squad despite both struggling for first-team footb ...
World Cup 2014: Peter Odemwingie's recall to the Nigeria squad could prove a masterstroke by coach Stephen Keshi
Stephen Keshi,Peter Odemwingie must make Nigeria's WC squad pls. Nobody cares,he's been one hellava striker!
Odemwingie dispels 'troublesome' tag 01 May 2014 19:17:54 Sammy Wejinya Nigeria international striker Peter Odemwingie insists he’s not a troublesome character as suggested in some quarters. Odemwingie says he’s hugely misunderstood because he has chosen not to act like certain footballers who are simply “boring athletes that never say anything". He took the time to highlight his professionalism and “discipline” and added that he was never too worried about the impression other people have of him as a person. "When people talk about discipline, in reality in football, discipline is what you do on the pitch. Everything else - what you do in the media - is all about people's opinions," he told FourFourTwo. The former Bendel Insurance forward added that it was wrong for people to single him out as there “are no angels in the game". "We are all different; there are no angels in the game. As stubborn as many people say players like Zlatan (Ibrahimovic) or Mario (Balotelli) are, they are big players ...
Peter Odemwingie believes he can help strengthen the Super Eagles if he is called-up for the 2014 World Cup in Brazil by coach Stephen Keshi. Read more here:
Keshi reveals Osaze apology: Nigeria coach Stephen Keshi has revealed that Peter Odemwingie has apologised to...
The Great Debate: Odemwingie vs. Musa Goal Nigeria present another debate between two of our writers; one advocating the cause of Peter Odemwingie, the other, Ahmed Musa. DEBATE Following his brace against West Ham United over the weekend, calls for Peter Odemwingie to return to the national side will increase like never before. The veteran’s excellent form threatens to bring another divisive issue before Stephen Keshi ahead of the World Cup. In this feature, two of Goal Nigeria’s finest debate whether a return for the former West Bromwich Albion forward would represent a wise move for the Big Boss. Odemwingie Represents Regression As soon as Peter Osaze Odemwingie dispatched his brace at the weekend against West Ham, we all knew what was coming next. Many strikers have been known to have an impeccable sense of timing. On this evidence, you cannot say Odemwingie is left out. His goals came on the back of a week which had seen the legendary Jay-Jay Okocha add his voice to the growing lobby of ex- playe ...
Nation I had 27 girlfriends in school Posted by: Our Reporter in Sports 6 hours ago Shortly after Nigeria defeated Mozambique 4-2 at the 2014 African Nations Championship (CHAN) in South Africa, Head Coach, Stephen Keshi cut the figure of a very happy and relieved man. He had come under intense criticism after his team underperformed horribly against Mali in the opening game. Defeat against Mozambique would have spelt the end for the Super Eagles at the CHAN and the critics would have predictably been out in full force. Nigeria won and Keshi smiled. He told the assembled media afterwards that: “I prime my work on the mental (aspect), which I do all the time…”. Dr. Robinson Okosun is the hardworking psychologist of the Super Eagles whose invaluable work behind the scenes helps Keshi get the players in the right shape, mentally for the big games. Okosun has worked with stellar names like Austin ‘Jay Jay’ Okocha, Nwankwo Kanu, Yakubu Aiyegbeni, Peter Odemwingie and was also part of the Super Eag .. ...
Stephen Keshi says overlooked Joseph Yobo, Peter Odemwingie, Haruna Lukman, Chinedu Obasi & others are still part of the team.
Yobo and Odemwingie reveal their Nigeria ambitions Joseph Yobo and Peter Odemwingie, who have been overlooked at international level in the past year, are hoping to impress Nigeria coach Stephen Keshi in a bid to secure their places in the Super Eagles World Cup squad Read More...
Being at the World Cup means so much to me – Odemwingieon November 30, 2013 / in Sports 12:11 am Cardiff City striker, Peter Odemwingie, has stated his desire to represent Nigeria at the Fifa World Cup in Brazil in 2014. The former West Brom striker, who has 55 caps for Nigeria was last involved with the national team about a year ago and has since been overlooked by coach Stephen Keshi. Odemwingie, who made a deadline day move from West Brom to Cardiff City in the summer, wants to join the likes of Gary Medel and Kim Bo-Kyung, whose countries, Chile and South Korea respectively, have both qualified to appear in Brazil. “I was in the Nigeria squad for the last World Cup finals in South Africa and I would love the chance to go again,” Odemwengie told Welsh portal, WalesOnline. Odemwingie believes if he has a massive season for Cardiff City, then he is in with a shout to be recalled by Nigeria to fight for a shirt in the team. “Why not? Certainly, I believe I have a chance and when it comes I wo ...
I feel strongly that there is a glaring omission from the list of coaches of the year. I believe it is scandalous that Nigeria coach Stephen Keshi has not been named among the 10 men on the shortlist. That he has stayed in the job for two years, overcoming all the backroom intrigue and Machiavellian moves that a Super Eagles coach must face, itself makes him worthy of a nomination. And then let's look at his record. He led an inexperienced side to the Africa Cup of Nations title in South Africa at the start of 2013 - the first time for 21 years that a black African coach had won the trophy. Before the tournament, he was laughed at for his squad selection, for putting too much emphasis on local players and leaving out established stars such as Peter Odemwingie. Keshi took gambles with little-known players he saw something in and he proved his critics wrong as Godfrey Oboabona, Sunday Mba and others came good at a vital time - indeed it was Mba who scored the winning goal in the final. To win the Nations Cu ...
Super Eagles Coach Stephen keshi denies recalling Peter Odemwingie, Joseph Yobo and Obinna Nsofor back to the Super Eagles. As it was reported by a top Nigerian Journalist that Keshi may plan recalling Osaze, Yobo and Nsofor to the Super Eagles, After the Super Eagles average performance, in the las...
last night, I watched Brazil maul acclaimed World No 1, Spain 3-0. Hm! Instantly, the fainting pains of Nogeria's premature ouster came back to me. Hypothetical as it may sound, a full squad of Nigeria's Super Eagles blend with experience, could have reached the final of the Confed Cup at the expense of Spain. I dont know about lifting the trophy in place of the classical, samba Brazilians, though. See all next summer. For sure, Stephen Keshi has assured giving Peter Odemwingie, Victor Obinna Nsofor and a few others experienced eagles another chance. With Victor Moses, Kalu Uche, Emmanuel Emmenike and Oduamadi all fit, Nigeria is so close to 1994! Incidentally, the Super Eagles had shone brightly at World Cup USA '94 after winning that year's Africa Cup of Nations. Up Eagles!! See you when you get there!!!
coach Stephen Keshi could be prepared to hand Peter Odemwingie a recall to the national team, but fears the striker's team-mates might not be so accommodating.
Several players of Nigeria’s Super Eagles have declared that they would not mind having controversial West Bromwich Albion attacker, Peter Odemwingie back in the team. Odemwingie last featured for Nigeria in a 2012 Nations Cup qualifying game in Kigali, Rwanda in February 2011. Head Coach of the Nigeria national team, Stephen Keshi hinted in an interview this week that Odemwingie could get an unlikely recall to the national team. "For (Odemwingie), he still has a place in the team. I'm not looking for an apology from him. (Odemwingie) is somebody thatI like very well and he knows that. The thing is, it's about the team that I'm worried about,” Keshi said. Inter Milan midfielder, Obiora Nwankwo has now praised Keshi for “this bold step” and believes Odemwingie’s return will bode well for the African champions. “Having Odemwingie back in the national team will be a big plus. With all due respect to all the strikers in the team who have been working hard, Odemwingie is avery experienced striker w ...
Keshi: Odemwingie has Nigeria future! Nigeria coach Stephen Keshi has left door open for Peter Odemwingie to make a return to intanatnal set-up. Funny talk. Is this the case of the rejected stone who later becomes the chief corner stone.
Nigeria striker Peter Odemwingie on BBC Three: "The coach Stephen Keshi is a very strong man and has a lot of character. When he was a player he was aleader of a team that had to sort of issuesof the pitch when he played. Now, we have had our issues and they are starting moving on from that. The problem was that he was trying to change things to a younger team but there are right and wrong ways to do it."
Nigeria squad named for Confed Cup NEWS BY UKAEGBU EMMANUEL June 7, 2013 Nigeria coach Stephen Keshi has made nine changes to his squad for the Confederations Cup from the set of players that won the African Nations Cup in February. Keshi has called upon four uncapped players while five others only made their first international appearances in a recent friendly against Mexico. African Nations Cup stars Victor Moses and Emmanuel Emenike are unavailable while Joseph Yobo, Peter Odemwingie and Obafemi Martins have also been left out. Nigeria are in Group B along with Tahiti, Uruguay and Spain for the Confederations Cup, which runs from June 15 to 30. Before heading to Brazil, they travel to Namibia for a World Cup qualifier in Windhoek on Wednesday. Squad in full Goalkeepers: Chigozie Agbim (Enugu Rangers), Austin Ejide (Hapoel Beer Sheva), Vincent Enyeama (Maccabi Tel Aviv) Defenders: Efe Ambrose (Celtic), Francis Benjamin (Heartland FC), Elderson Echiejile (Sporting Braga), Azubuike Egwuekwe (Warri Wolves) ...
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Nigeria booked their place in the AfricaCup of Nations semi-finals with a hard-fought 2-1 win over the Ivory Coast on Sunday. Cheikh Tiote had cancelled out Emmanuel Emenike's 43rd-minute opener just after half-time at the Royal Bafokeng Stadium in Phokeng, South Africa. But Nigeria were not to be denied a last-four meeting against Mali as Sunday Mba struck a deflected winner 12 minutes before full-time. Stephen Keshi's Nigeria made a bold start, unlike the nervousness that had characterised their dull group matches. Chelsea forward Victor Moses was once again influential – his tenacity constantly causing problems for the Ivory Coast defenders. Emenike was looking to recapture the form he showed against Burkina Faso, and he fired over from point-blank range in the first half. With half-time approaching, Nigeria's enterprise eventually paid off after they won a free-kick 30 yards from goal. John Obi Mikel touched the ball into thepath of Emenike and the midfielder fired his shot over the wall and past Bo ...
Nigeria Head Coach, Stephen Keshi said he is ready to talk to Peter Osaze Odemwingie “only if he shows interest in doing so.
Nigeria striker Peter Odemwingie has opened up on his exclusion from the squad that was announced for the Africa Cup of Nations by Stephen Keshi.
Good News for Ethiopia or what? What do you make of this? Nigeria coach Stephen Keshi has dropped star strikers Peter Odemwingie and Obafemi Martins as well as defender Taye Taiwo as he named a preliminary 32-man squad for AFCON 2013.
• Odemwingie eyes Nigeria call West Brom forward Peter Odemwingie has confirmed he wants to play for Nigeria in the CAF Africa Cup of Nations. Odemwingie, who scored both goals in Monday's 2-0 home win over Southampton, has resolved his differences with Nigerian coach Stephen Keshi and has set his sights on reigniting his international career. Midfielder Youssouf Mulumbu is also set to be absent from the Baggies when the competition gets under way in the new year after Congo DR qualified. But Odemwingie feels the Baggies can cope with the absence of two of their most influential players as they look to build on their fine start to the Premier League campaign.
Nigeria forward Peter Odemwingie has insisted he has not retired from international football with Nigeria, contradicting recent comments from Super Eagles coach Stephen Keshi. But the 31-year-old West Brom winger has conceded he is "unhappy" about certain aspects of the Nigerian set-up. He told the Wolverhampton Express and Star: "I did not say I won't play for the national team. "If the coach decides to call me, I am available to play for my country." With the Africa Cup of Nations coming up in South Africa next year, between 19 January and 10 February, it would be a surprise if Odemwingie ruled himself out of being a part of Nigeria's plans. That appeared to be the case when Keshi claimed at the weekend that Odemwingie no longer wanted to play for his country. But the player, who has 54 caps and nine goals for Nigeria, has been quick to respond to Keshi's statement. "When I decide that I want to stop playing, I will come out and say so myself," he said. "I am 31 now, it will be hard to play every game, ...
Nigeria's Peter Odemwingie says he has not retired from international football, contradicting coach Stephen Keshi -
NTA ( Nigerian Television Authority ) shared the following link: West Brom forward says he will no longer play for the Super Eagles, citing differences with previous coaches of the national teamNigeria coach Stephen Keshi has said that forward Peter Odemwingie will no longer be a part of the national team following the player...
Nigeria could no longer have Peter Odemwingie in their team, as the Head Coach Stephen Keshi claims the striker's quit.
Clarity: Nigeria coach Stephen Keshi has cleared the air with Peter Odemwingie last week. man will be in the squad vs Venezuela.
Nigeria coach Stephen Keshi says Peter Odemwingie and John Mikel Obi are still in his plans. Told me: "Mikel and Osaze are still important."
Taye Taiwo: The Super Eagles team still needs its experienced players Dynamo Kiev defender Taye Taiwo, who has not been called up for the last three matches of the national team, believes in the run-up to the second leg against Liberia in October that the technical crew need to realise that there is no replacement for experience in football. Taiwo, John Obi Mikel and Peter Odemwingie have been excluded from the national team squad recently though coach Stephen Keshi consistently says that no player has been ostracised from the Eagles team. "It is the coach's decision whom he wants to invite, but if you ask me I will say any team in the world will always need the services of its experienced players," Taiwo told Brilla FM from his base in Ukraine. Taiwo also reiterated the fact that the 2-2 draw that the team earned in Monrovia is a good one. "It is always very difficult to play away from home. "It is not easy for the players to travel all the way to Liberia from Nigeria to get a point. I congratulate all t ...
Top officials have told Nigeria coach Stephen Keshi to sort his problems with Mikel Obi & Peter Odemwingie before ga ...
Stephen Keshi drops Mikel Obi, Taye Taiwo and Peter Odemwingie from June qualifiers
The names of the players that will be called up to prosecute key qualifying matches in June in the Nations Cup and World Cup has been released with some established names missing the cut. John Obi Mikel, Taye Taiwo and Peter Odemwingie were part of the players dropped from the team. Yakubu Aiyegbeni...
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John Utaka & Sone Aluko have been re-called to the Super Eagles by Stephen Keshi. Taiye Taiwo, Mikel Obi & Peter Odemwingie left out of the largely home-based squad that will play the June World Cup & Afcon qualifiers...what do you think?
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