Siasia robbed in United States

Siasia robbed in United States

Coach of Olympics-bound Dream Team 1V, Samson Siasia, was robbed in United States where the Under 23 are camped in preparation for the 2016 Olympics in Rio de Janeiro.

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Report has it that last week Coach Siasia was robbed of his phone and other valuables in the Under 23 camp in Atlanta but shielded the incident from media coverage so as to avoid distractions for the players.

The Olympic silver medal winning coach and former Super Eagles gaffer confirmed it to Goal.

“It is true that my car was burgled but I have taken the necessary steps on the item stolen in the car. We are focused and preparing hard for the Olympics that is what I can tell you for now,” he said.

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