You all can recall that the former West Brom Albion star posted several twitter rants at Keshi and the NFF, following his exclusion from the South Africa 2013 African Nations Cup squad where the Super Eagles eventually triumphed.
Keshi’s men blew the lid over the issue, declaring that the player had pleaded guilty and had been forgiven. The big boss said “We are not God. So, who are we not to forgive? Osaze realized his mistakes and has sent an apology letter to the Federation. So, he has been forgiven and let’s take it from there”.
“But we will definitely find out in a matter of days if he will be included in the training camp ahead of the World Cup.
“For me, discipline is very sacrosanct in our camp as far as I remain the national team coach because it is very key to our achievement so far,” Keshi stated.