NFF ruled against Kano Pillars and Shooting Stars.
The Aba Elephants got their request as they were awarded three points and three goals following their protest. The team had protested a Week 32 encounter that led to the match in Kano being abandoned while the home team led 1-0. Fans of Kano Pillars had thronged the stadium and disrupted the match.
The Ordinary and Disciplinary Committee of the NFF ruled in favour of Enyimba saying video evidence showed the disruption occurred for about 10 minutes.
With the ruling, Enyimba have gone three points clear at the top of the table with 58 points, while Bayelsa United is still second on 55 points with four rounds of matches to be played.
The NFF disciplinary committee also ratified three points and three goals for Sunshine Stars against Shooting Stars of Ibadan after the Ibadan team abandoned a league match following an alleged attack by Sunshine fans after the first half.
Shooting Stars’ Gbolahon Salami was also banned for the remaining four matches of the league. He was also fined N100, 000 for inciting fans at the match played in Akure.
The outgone Sports Commissioner of Oyo State, Dapo Lam Adeshina, was also barred from all football activities for one year for instigating Shooting Stars walk-out at Akure.
Sunshine were fined N350,000 for disrupting Shooting Stars’ video recording of the abandoned game; while they are also to pay N50,000 medical cost for treatment of the 3SC cameraman who was injured.
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