Thursday, May 20, 2010

Dolphin Suspends Defender Okoli

The management of Premier League side, Dolphin Football Club, handed one of its defenders, Tochukwu Okoli, an indefinite suspension for misconduct.
Spokesman of the club, China Acheru, in an e-mailed statement to on Thursday revealed that Okolo’s offence was breaking camp rules.
The player has since been shown the exit door from the camp base of the top-flight side at the Elekahia Estate in Port Harcourt, according to Acheru.
“Defender, Tochukwu Okoli has been slammed with an indefinite suspension by the management of Dolphins. Okoli was found and proven guilty of gross indiscipline and breaking of camp rules.
“Things got so serious that he has indeed been thrown out of the Elekahia Estate camp of the team. This measure is expected to serve as a deterrent to other player who may want to follow Tochukwu Okoli's way of life,” the statement from the Dolphin FC media officer read.

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