Exclusive: Keshi Voted 5thBest In Africa

Keshi, celebrating the AFCON win

Keshi, celebrating the AFCON win

Super Eagles coach, Stephen Keshi, has been rated the fifth best coach in Africa following his exploits with the three- time winners during the 2013 Africa Cup of Nations in South Africa.

Egyptian coach Bob Bradley tops the list of top-ten ranking on the continent with Michel Dussuyer of Equatorial Guinea, Zambia coach Herve Renard and Egypt legend Hassan Shehata.

Keshi who is yet to lose a competitive game since taking over  as coach in 2011 moved one step on world coaches ranking for the national teams for the month of April- occupying the 27th position on the world ranking.

Spain coach Vincente Del Bosque is the world’s best coach while Joachim Lowe of Germany, Bert van Marwijk of Holland, Oscar Taberez of Uruguay, US-born Egyptian coach, Bob Bradley, Reinaldo Rueda Ecuador, Fabio Capello Russia, Morten Olsen Denmark, Claudio Cesare Prandelli Italy, and Venezuela’s César Farías make the world top ten coaches.

The former Togo and Mali will come face- to- face with the duo of Vincente Del Bosque and Oscar Taberez who are expected to lead World and European champions Spain and South American champions Uruguay to the Confederation’s Cup in Brazil in June.

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