Kano - FC IfeanyiUbah abandoned the 2017 Nigeria
Professional Football League (NPFL) opener against Kano Pillars in protest.
Kano Pillars went in front courtesy of goal from Mohammed
Gambo in the half hour mark.
However, the first half ended on a controversial note when
the centre referee Folusho Ajayi from Oyo State disallowed what FC IfeanyiUbah
insisted was a legitimate goal.
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The game was abandoned five minutes into second half when
referee Ajayi sent off an FC IfeanyiUbah official for unsportsmanlike behaviour
with the away side refusing to continue play despite pleas by the match
The game was watched live by Kano Governor Umar Ganduje,
chairman of the League Management Company (LMC) Shehu Dikko, and Super Eagles
coach Salisu Yusuf among others.For
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