Joseph Yobo and the the Confederation of African Football have paid heartfelt tribute to commemorate the death of former Super Eagles head coach Stephen Keshi, reports Completesports.com.
Keshi passed away after suffering a heart attack on June 7, 2016 at the age of 54.
“Dear coach, it’s been four years today since you left us to rest with the Lord. You are deeply missed but your legacy lives on! Rest on the Big Boss,” Yobo wrote on Instagram.
Similarly CAF posted an emotional tribute to the late Keshi.
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“Today we remember Captain Fantastic, Stephen Keshi, who left our world on this sad day 4 years ago Candle
”In 2013 Keshi became the second person to win the #TotalAFCON title as player (1994) and coach, when he led
to their third trophy in South Africa,” CAF tweeted.
Keshi was capped 64 times by Nigeria and scored…
Source: Complete Sports