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Nigeria Football Federation’s Disciplinary Committee releases decisions on 21 cases

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NFF President, Amaju Pinnick
NFF President, Amaju Pinnick

The Disciplinary Committee of Nigeria Football Federation, NFF, has, according to Mr Ademola Olajire, NFF spokesman, released decisions made at its meeting of Wednesday, 16th September 2015 in Abuja, at which 21 cases were entertained:

Kogi United Vs Adamawa United

. Three points and three goals were awarded to Adamawa United, as Kogi United was found culpable of infringing on Article 4.3(1) of the NNL Rules and Regulations. Kogi United ordered to replace camera of Adamawa United, and the sum of N20,000 awarded as cost of lost items, to be paid by Kogi United to assaulted match officials through the NNL.

Prime FC Vs Remo Stars

. Remo Stars’ protest dismissed for want of evidence. Remo Stars to forfeit match to Prime FC, three points and three goals. Remo Stars reprimanded to desist from any act that will put the game of football to disrepute.

Ekiti United Vs Abia Comet

. Abia Comet’s protest dismissed for lack of merit. Match ordered to be continued where it stopped on 5th September 2015 – 58th minute, at a date to be determined by NNL. Match now to be played at Ilorin Township Stadium, with the same match officials, and to be monitored by NNL and a member of the NFF Disciplinary Committee.

Bida Lions Vs Rising Stars

. Rising Stars’ protest dismissed for lack of merit. Match awarded to Bida Lions, three points and three goals. Centre Referee banned for 1 year for failing standard required of a seasoned League referee.

Zabgai FC Vs Yarma Light

. Zabgai’s protest struck out. Zabgai FC warned to desist from such violent behavior that could bring the game to disrepute.

CBN Cashless Vs Shekarau Babes

. Shekarau Babes’ protest upheld. Three points and three goals awarded to Shekarau Babes in line with Article 7.01 of NNL Rules and Regulations.

Patros FC Vs Pilo FC

. Protests from both Patros FC and Pilo FC dismissed for lack of merit. The match is declared a no-match, hence no point to either Patros or Pilo. The League table is established as it was on 6th August.

Kwara United Feeders Vs Peacemakers FC

. Peacemakers FC protest struck out. The result of the match stands.

Ebonyi United Vs Patros/Pilo

. As treated in Patros Vs Pilo. Hence, Ebonyi United’s protest upheld.

Nasarawa Amazons Vs Rivers Angels

. Nasarawa Amazons’ protest struck out. Nothing in the Rules governing Nigeria Women’s League on incidences of such nature.

Beautiful Tour Angels Vs Kolo Amazons

. Beautiful Tour Angels’ protest thrown out because due process/procedures for protest not followed. The result of the match stands.

Beautiful Tour Angels Vs State House Queens

. Beautiful Tour Angels’ protest thrown out because due process/procedures for protest not followed. The result of the match stands. Player Adebayo Adedayo (License No. 0403) ordered to return to Beautiful Tour Angels.

Invisible Angels Vs Tokas Queens

. Tokas Queens’ protest upheld, with three points and three goals awarded to Tokas Queens.

Edo Queens Vs Rivers Angels

. Rivers Angels’ protest upheld, with three points and three goals awarded to Rivers Angels.

Edo Queens Vs Nasarawa Amazons

. Nasarawa Amazons’ protest thrown out because due process/procedures for protest not followed. The result of the match stands.

FC Lokoja Vs State House

. Match to be replayed at a date to be determined by Secretariat of the League

Osun Babes Vs Confluence Queens

. Confluence Queens’ protest upheld. Three points and three goals awarded to Confluence Queens.

Bayelsa Queens Vs Martins White Doves

. Committee ordered Bayelsa Queens to pay N300,000 each to Martins White Doves for the latter’s two players (Ugbehru Orezimobor Lucky and Dabrinze Blessing), through the League, before the commencement of next League season.

State House Queens Vs Abia Angels

. Abia Angels’ protest dismissed for lack of merit. The result of the match stands.

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