Keshi told a gathering of journalists on Wednesday in Abuja that the pitch was “terrible”.
He said the pitch was the biggest challenge of his team because it was nothing to write home about.
“Nigerians want to see the Super Eagles win but we don’t have a good pitch where we can practice. The pitch is hard and not good for football because after practice my players complain a lot of leg pains and all that stuff. It seems nobody is doing anything about,” Keshi said.
He said apart from the challenge of the pitch, the performance of the 22 home-based and one foreign-based players in camp was encouraging.