BY BEN EFE
Super Eagles coach, Stephen Keshi, revealed that prayer warriors have been his pillar of strength as his wards campaign for world and continental soccer honours.
The coach, who was under pressure to win his last Nations Cup 2013 qualification game in Calabar last Saturday, spoke of how total strangers will wake him up in the early hours of the morning and pray for his success.
“There is this man and woman I don’t even know them. They will call at different time of the morning and just pray for me.
“They have been a source of strength for me carry on,” said the former Eagles captain.
Before his away match with the Flames of Malawi in Blantyre, Keshi had reeled out that there was a group of people who were not happy with his agenda for the team. According to him; “the God who gave me this job will see me through.
He said after the game against Rwanda that he was hopeful that his new look Eagles team will come of age. He submitted that the boys were growing in confidence with every match.