RIO Olympics: Sports Minister Orders U-23 Players, Officials Back Home Over Insolvency
Two members of the Dream Team VI and three officials have been sent home on the of the Sports Minister, Solomon Dalung the ongoing 2016 Olympic Games in Rio, Brazil over insolvency

The two players who were said to be surplus and alternate are Stanley Dimgba and goalkeeper Yusuf Mohammed alongside the team’s media officer, Timi Ebikagboro, curator and the team coordinator were sent packing from the games and flew out of Brazil to Nigeria on Monday night.

According to the Nigeria Football Federation spokesman; “We said they should send them back home if they could not take care of them (players and officials,” Punch Newspaper said

Dalung had complained of the huge financial burden of taking care of the extra players and officials after the players were prevented from leaving the hotel over the unpaid bills of eight of their unaccredited players and officials.

Dalung said 84 players and four officials – unofficially accredited persons had been with the team since they left Atlanta for Brazil.

“The organisers of the Games, the International Olympic Committee, are only responsible for 25 accredited players and officials including feeding, flights and accommodation. We have been carrying the rest along. In Manaus, we were forced to pay camp allowances to the extra four players making 29,” Dalung added.

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