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Heartland FC protest tight fixture

17 May 2016, 18:50

Owerri - Heartland have expressed discomfort over what they term ‘tight fixture’, SuperSport reports.

According to theeagleonline, the Oweri side held Kano Pillars to a goalless draw on Sunday in a week 16 game of the Nigeria Premier League played in Kano. They host Plateau United FC on Wednesday and are scheduled to travel to play Enugu Rangers two days later in a Friday Night football.

“Management and players have said outright no to the demand by LMC for the side to head to Enugu for the Friday’s Night Football at Enugu Rangers on Friday,” an official of the club, Solomon Onuh said.

Also read: Heartland captain says three points possible at Enyimba

“We truly liked the innovations but not at the detriment of human life which the order seems to overlook.

“We cannot finish the midweek matchday 18 clash against Plateau United then travel to Enugu on Thursday to engage Enugu Rangers on Friday, that will be too demanding and tedious on the part of the entire team.”

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