Monday, 16 April 2012


Super Eagles chief coach, Stephen Keshi is set to recall Michael Odibe back to the national team with the player’s current form and confidence which he can bring something spectacular to Super Eagles back four in the next 2013 Nations Cup qualifiers according to a source in the glass house.

Undoubtedly, Odibe has grown far in confidence and his terrific work rate is exciting at the moment, not only for his goal scoring ability but his consistent playing on the pitch which has attracted big suitors like Dynamo Kiev and Shaktar Donetsk to have the lanky defender in their squad next season.

The source also revealed that there are other new players that could have their chance this time around as the coach is working tirelessly to get the best squad for the 2013 Nations cup and Odibe could return now.

He said: “I think the coach is looking forward to recall some less privilege players who are playing  consistently and performing in their clubs for now, a player like Michael Odibe who plays in Ukraine is on the coach list”.
“We have been noticing some of our boys who are doing well in their respective clubs and Keshi is ready to look into their side ahead of the 2013 Nations Cup.

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