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LMC fine Sunshine Stars

21 April 2015, 17:41

Lagos - The hammer of the League Management Company (LMC) fell on two players of Sunshine Stars who stripped to celebrate their winning goal against Dolphins FC on Glo Premier League Match Day 4 in Akure on Sunday, Supersport reports.

The duo of Prince Aggreh and Ebenezer Odulami have been suspended for one match each and also fined N50,000 for indecent exposure and conduct capable of bringing the league to disrepute.

In line with the Nigeria Professional Football League (NPFL) framework and regulations, the two players have 48 hours to either submit to the LMC decision and/or elect to be dealt with by a special LMC commission.

Also read: Dolphins coach furious after Sunshine loss

Sunshine Stars who were the hosts won the encounter 2-1 after scoring a goal in added time which should not have stood.

Poor officiating in the duel also forced the centre referee, John Charles from Enugu State Referees Council and assistant referee II, Matador Ogunta from Abia State Referees Council to be suspended from further officiating in matches of the Glo Premier League for the rest of the season.

The two match officials' overall performances during the match were considered below the standard required for top flight and capable of bringing the league to disrepute.

Read more at Supersport.

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- SuperSport


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