Posted by By RICHARD JIDEAKA, Abuja on
The deciplinary committee of the Nigeria Football League (NFL) in one of their numerous decisions reached yesterday (Tuesday) banished Dolphin FC to an empty stadium.
The deciplinary committee of the Nigeria Football League (NFL) in one of their numerous decisions reached yesterday (Tuesday) banished Dolphin FC to an empty stadium. Dolphin are to play behind closed doors, although, they were banished to Kaduna, they would now play their match against Sharks in Port Harcourt, but without their fans watching them.
In a related development, Insurance FC of Benin have been banished to Kaduna for their crowd unruly behaviour during their Week 15 league match against Gateway FC of Abeokuta in Benin.
The Governor Ogbemudia-financed team, Daily Sunsport learnt, would play their next three matches in Kaduna after which they would come back to the Samuel Ogbemudia stadium.
Insurance would also pay N1 million fine, and N100,000 as damages to bodily harms metted out to match officials and players. The NFL did not stop at that. Insurance are also to pay the cost of NFA camera damaged during the fracas. The referees’ conducts during the match, Daily Sunsport further gathered, would be decided by the Referee’s Committee of the NFL.
Similarly, the duo of Uche Sheriff, Aiyenugba, and Rangers’ Andrew Nwaogu, have been suspended for two matches for unruly conduct during their league match encounter in Aba. The NFL did not spare Kano Pillars either. The Kano-based team would pay N200,000 as fine for not providing an Ambulance vehicle during their match against Gabros in Kano.
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