Previous West Brom of England and Super Eagles of Nigeria winger Osaze Odemwingie has made some frightening discussions about the wellbeing status of the late unbelievable Nigerian coach Stephen Keshi furring the Brazil 2014 World Cup
Keshi, who won the Africa Cup of Nations as player and coach with the Super Eagles, died on June 7, 2016 after an announced respiratory failure at his home in Benin City, Nigeria.
Odemwingie and Keshi had issues after the Edo striker was dropped from the 2013 Africa Cup of Nations list however they later settled before the competition in Brazil.
Odemwingie said in an Instagram Live discussion with the Super Eagles Media Team.
“It’s not to demonstrate who is chief, who isn’t. It’s national intrigue and I trust I acquired some an incentive to the group Brazil, we set those distinctions aside,”
“What’s more, in reality after that we were in contact, he’ll call me all of a sudden, he’ll simply call to make proper acquaintance and state he caught wind of my physical issue and afterward kept an eye on me when I had medical procedure.”
“Obviously it surprised me also he died however you could see his wellbeing wasn’t extraordinary even in Brazil. He was out of breath a lot, he needed to take breaks, he wasn’t full of energy on the slidelines.
“At times he rises up to pass a few messages, he wasn’t looking full of energy at that point, unfortunately.
“He’s a legend in the nation, he’s worked superbly, set any conclusion aside he took care of business and that is the thing that includes a great deal in sports.”