Super Eagles captain John Obi Mikel  cannot stop impressing us with his goodwill. He is donating his share of the $390,000 awarded to the bronze winning Nigeria U-23 team at the Rio 2016 Olympic Games by a Japanese surgeon to the chief coach Siasia to get more than the rest of the squad.

Super Eagles captain John Obi Mikel  cannot stop impressing us with his goodwill. He is donating his share of the $390,000 awarded to the bronze winning Nigeria U-23 team at the Rio 2016 Olympic Games by a Japanese surgeon to the chief coach Siasia to get more than the rest of the squad.

Super Eagles captain John Obi Mikel  cannot stop impressing us with his goodwill. He is donating his share of the $390,000 awarded to the bronze winning Nigeria U-23 team at the Rio 2016 Olympic Games by a Japanese surgeon to the chief coach Siasia to get more than the rest of the squad.

We heard that Takasu issued two Citibank cheques $200,000 in the name of coach Samson Siasia and $190,000 in the name of Mikel. According to a source   “Mikel has insisted all of us will get our share of the money. That we should not mind what the people in the NFF are saying. “He will make available this cash when he comes for next month’s AFCON qualifier against Tanzania in Uyo.”

There was a problem with the money when someone raised an alarm that NFF wanted to take the money from them.  That has been denied and  now the sharing formula agreed was a flat rate for the 22 players (18 accredited players and four alternate players) and 10 officials.

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