Agege Show of Shame: LMC Hammer Falls on Kano Pillars and Rabiu Alli

By Daily Sports on June 13, 2019

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The League Management Company, LMC, has handed Kano Pillars captain, Rabiu Ali a 12-match ban for his role in the crowd disturbances and harassment of match Referees in one of the fixtures of Matchday 4 of the Nigeria Professional Football League (NPFL) Championship Playoff.

In the same vein, the LMC has fined Kano Pillars FC Eight million Naira (N8m) for similar offences and ordered that the club plays three home matches behind closed doors and a suspended three points deduction.

According to npfl.ng, the League Management Company (LMC) in a summary jurisdiction notice charged Kano Pillars with a four-count breach of the Framework and Rules of the NPFL including breaches of Rule B13.18, C9, C1.1.

Rabiu Ali was charged for accosting the Referee and in so doing incited others to commit acts of violence and misconduct in breach of Rule C1.3

The notice to Ali read, “consequently, and taking into consideration your role as the captain of the team, by which your conduct is deemed to be an aggravated breach with a view to imposing more severe sanctions pursuant to Rule C19, the LMC intends to exercise its summary jurisdiction and to impose on you the following sanction: a ban from all NPFL matches and activities for a period of twelve (12) matches, commencing immediately”.

The player and club are required by the Rules to accept or appeal the charges and sanction in writing within 48 hours. (Vanguard)

•Photo shows Rabiu Alli

Source Daily Sports

Posted June 13, 2019


 

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