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Friday, August 12, 2016

Assistant coach Monday odigie was robbed And certificates, Olympic and world cup medals were stolen


Monday Odigie, assistant coach to Nigeria's
Under-23 team coach Samson Siasia has
revealed that his house along Benin/Sapele
road was burgled while he was with the
Olympic team working in Rio, and says only
God can judge the perpetrators as valuables
such as his Olympic and World Cup medals
were stolen.
Odigie said the incident took place before the
team’s opening game against Japan, but
insists that would not weigh him down as he
eyes success in Brazil.
“Armed Robbers went to burgle my house in
Owanoba community kilometer 15 Benin/
Sapele road and made away with plenty of
my belongings, all my World Cups and
Olympic medals, certificates and other
valuables,” Odigie, the former coach of
Kaduna United told Goal.com
"My house was bugled the day we played our
first game against Japan on August 4th,
2016 to be precise.
“I have been trying to get over this while also
trying to concentrate on the job here at the
Olympics.
“It is very sad and discouraging to realise
that while one is working out his heart out
for his country in Brazil, one’s house is being
robbed back home.
“I leave everything to God to judge everyone
according to his deeds. This won’t deter me
because I am focused and I am happy that
members of the team are also focused to
achieve something here.
“I didn’t want any distraction for the team
that’s the reason why I kept the incident
within me and members of the technical crew
led before letting you know now.”
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