Stephen Keshi has been honoured by search engine giants Google after their portal was dedicated to the late Super Eagles coach in a posthumous birthday recognition.
Keshi was born on January 23, 1962 and would have celebrated his 56th birthday on Tuesday.
The former senior national team captain, who hails from the Edo State capital of Benin City, died on June 7, 2016 after he suffered a heart attack.
Stephen Keshi made history on a regular basis while he was alive and some of them include becoming the first indigenous coach to lead the Super Eagles into the knockout stages of the World Cup, the first indigenous coach to lift the African Cup of Nations (AFCON) as both player (1980) and coach (2013) amongst others.
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