Lagos - Heartland FC of Owerri have accused the Nigeria Football Federation of double standards in its issuance of clearance to foreign players for Nigerian club sides, KickOff Nigeria reports.
Chairman of the club, Fan Ndubuoke, accused the NFF of granting provisional clearance to the foreign players signed by other clubs, but failing to do the same for the Imo State-owned club, hence their inability to feature in the game against Dolphins.
Heartland were held to a 1-1 draw by Dolphins in their first game of the 2013/14 Glo Nigerian Premier League season on Sunday.
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