Google is celebrating Super Eagles Legend and Ex-Coach, Stephen Okechukwu Keshi with Doodle on their Nigeria platform today being his posthumous birthday.
Brila is taking a look at Google’s celebration of the Late Big Boss as we point out the four notable reasons for the amazing gesture.Below are the four notable reasons for the gesture:
- Stephen Keshi is one of the two people to have won the African Cup of Nations as a player, and as a Manager.
- Stephen Keshi made 60 appearances—the second highest ever by any player at the time of Keshi’s retirement in 1995.
- Stephen Keshi qualified a relatively little and unknown West Africa Country, Togo to their first ever World Cup.
- In 2014, Stephen Keshi further sealed his legacy with the Super Eagles at the World Cup in Brazil, matching the team’s best ever performance at the event with a round of 16 finish.
He passed away in Edo State, Benin City in the morning of the 7th of June, 2016. Stephen died of a heart attack en route the hospital. May his soul Rest in peace.