Lagos - The Nigeria Football Federation [NFF] has lodged a formal complaint to Caf concerning the manner of treatment meted out to Dolphins by their Confederation Cup opponents, Club Africain, Supersport reports.
Supersport.com has been informed by administrative sources in the football federation that the Nigerian body's petition toes exact line of Dolphins' statement on how the Tunisians refused to assist them even when they made it clear that they would honour the match.
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"An official complaint has been made by the NFF to Caf concerning the way and manner that the Tunisian club [Club Africain] and its federation went about to ensure that Dolphins were not offered any hand of help despite showing that they wanted to honour the game," supersport.com was informed on Monday.
The former Nigerian champions, on Sunday, released a statement blaming the Tunisian club and their football federation for scuttling their resolve to honour the first leg of the Caf Confederation Cup round of 32 match.
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