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Am I The Only One Sick And Tired Of African Athletes Playing For Europe?

And winning medals for them?? I know some of them were born there and what not, but I doubt if I was born in America, I would play for the team. Just my opinion.

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If na you nko, you go run for naija? after the competition you go come begin chase molue to go Lagos Island

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Am happy jare. They deserve it. If your passion and talent is not gilded and so on, then it dies eventually.

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Probably become an agbero at Mile 2 or Oshodi. Government support is non existent

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It is a full time job/career to be an athlete in America or Britain. They get paid real salaries, get free healthcare for any sports injuries that they may incur. When they win and become world champions they also have a very good chance of attracting millions of dollars or pounds in endorsements. Now what does one get when they become a full time/career athlete in Nigeria?

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Be as sick as you want , do you know to be an athletes is not easy, when their country don't sponsor, or help them reach the level that they need to take part in competitions then you can expect to see people who love their sport and have a passion for it , go running, cycling or whatever else for other countries. Watching the games yesterday Great Britain actually spent like 2 billion on their swimming team alone.  To do what these sports people do is not a solo thing, money comes into years of fitness. so stop being 'sick' you hear ''Ndo''

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Yea. I guess its really the country's/govts fault for making people leave Nigeria, It's all love,

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They should go where they will be paid, recognized, and supported. So when i see a Nigerian person running for France, Italy, Portugal, Great Britain, United States, and so on and so forth, more power to them.

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