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Friday, August 16, 2019

FIFA Bans Nigerian Coach Samson Siasia For Life Over Bribe,+ $50,000 Fine To Be Paid.

FIFA has slammed a life ban on former Nigeria coach Samson Siasia. In addition, he has been fined $50,000 for agreeing to ‘the manipulation of matches.’




FIFA did not state when he committed the infractions but said the ex-Nigeria international has been notified today.

Siasia is the third African to be banned by FIFA. Former Sierra Leone FA official Abu Bakarr Kabba and former Botswana FA official Mooketsi Kgotlele were suspended in July for five years and for life respectively.


Siasia was the coach of Nigeria between 2010-2011 and for a spell in 2016. He was also the coach of Under 20 and Under 23.
from the nationonline.



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    1. Enter your reply...Stingy goat siasa serves him right

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    2. Why should he pay the 50k dolls when they have banned him already ? I mean of what good is paying the 50k dolls.... Abeg he should keep his money if ever he has any dollar at all... Corruption keeps destroying people's lives and yet we don't learn in this country .

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    3. He will pay back the money he stole and still be banned because he can't be trusted.

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  2. $50,000... who dash am?
    Abeg make una park well.
    Na so dem take end him career.

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    1. He ended his own career by choosing to behave in unethical and illegal practices. "Dem" did not end his career, Samson and his bad behavior did.

      And it's very good for him

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  3. Fifa would have stated categorically for us who don't know to get the real information very clear when the crimes were committed and the matches involved. I believe Siasia already knows exactly his crime that warranted this sanction. Not a good one if you asked me.

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  4. This is a very disgraceful news. He's better off starting another line of income because he's finished in the football industry & 50k dollars! What an epic fall.

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  5. Not a good time. I pity him sha and liked him.

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  6. How much was the bribe and how many can truly resist it, in this very harsh environment, anyone can be tempted.

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    1. That’s why you and your country will continue to remain the same. No sense of self and dignity.. you have just called yourself goods that can be sold to the highest bidder. No shame

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    1. Yes. That's how they frustrate really talented players
      If you dont know anyone or have bribe , they won't play you.

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  8. What was he looking for biko? Was he so broke?

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  9. Where Siasia wan remove 50 thousand dollars go give FIFA?

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  10. Nigerians and corruption are like 5&6.
    Where do you want to start from now Siasia? I pity you o!

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  11. Everybody in Nigeria is in a hurry to "make it"
    This is so sad. Greed has been elevated to the position of
    Lord and king in many people's lives. A lot of "pulpits" aren't
    helping matter as The Word of God is scarce while churches are many.
    I pity anyone who does not read one's bible to learn how to navigate these
    evil times of end days.
    This is sad, a very sad one for Nigeria.😢😢😢

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    1. Everyone in the world is in a hurry to make it. The difference is that Nig is so lawless. No justice. So people get away with anything. No consequences for greed, stealing, bribery, corruption. None whatsoever. And over the years it has become part of us. Very shameful.

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    2. U are so right 19:56. It's just so unfortunate when preachers cowardly cop out of condemning 'sin' and prefer to engage in 'motivational speaking' for fear of losing members of their congregation. On the part of the lay ppl, when some strive to provide a moral compass, others will to prevent them with the 'don't judge' and 'who holy pass' refrains. On the part of the government, it's poor dispensation of justice. Why won't evil fester in the face of it all? Ppl simply have to wake up and smell the coffee.

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  12. and I use to admire this man that year ohhhh

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  13. Nigerians and bridery

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  14. Is he not the one the kidnapped the mother?

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  15. He thought he would get away with it.

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  16. Hope kidnappers have released his mother. This is a huge blow.

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  17. Giving Nigeria a worse name. Shame

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  18. Too bad, I feel sad for him. Has he gotten the 50m ransom placed on his mum that these ones are now adding to his burden. Hope others learn from this and act right always.

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    1. He added to his own burden, it's better you remain unknown.

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  19. I really don't know what he did but NFA is one shitty place. I remember a colleague's friend that was shortlisted to join the national under 17 and whatever team. In fact guy was at the camp only to removed cos he no get long leg. The guy came to his brother straight from the park crying.

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  20. How can FIFA say they banned someone without staying clearly what he did and when he did it? Was it as a player or coach? Which matches were involved?

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  21. Good for him. People will reap what they sow in their lifetime. No longer will their children inherit the consequences of their sins. L those times you collected money to feature upcoming players in the national team and didn't, all the bad shady deals you guys have done before... You will pay in your lifetime

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  22. Maybe it was a need oh. Remember they kidnapped his Mum and he needed to raise ransom.

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