LMC suspends FC Taraba official for rest of season

LMC suspends FC Taraba official for rest of seasonThe League Management Company (LMC) has suspended Fada Dennis, the welfare officer of FC Taraba for the remaining games of the season. Dennis was suspended for assaulting referee Bala Mohammed in Makurdi after the Match Day 14 fixture against Shooting Stars. The LMC also charged FC Taraba with failure to provide adequate security during the match which allowed unauthorised persons to gain access to restricted area and which led to the attack on the referee. The sanctions on the club include playing one home game behind closed doors, a fine of N500, 000 and payment of N250, 000 compensation to Mohammed. Shooting Stars Sports Club (3SC) was fined N500, 000 for not providing proper security which led to lead to the assault on Enyimba International coach, Khadiri Ikhana on Match Day 13. Enyimba International got a caution for fans unruly conduct after the Match Day 16 fixture against Abia Warriors at the Enyimba International Stadium. Coach Ikhana was fined N100, 000 for failing to act in ethical and professional manner during the Match Day 16 fixture against Abia Warriors. He was charged with “going beyond his technical area and unto the pitch in the bid to confront match officials” before being restrained by security officials. Those affected can accept the decisions or state in writing, within 48 hours, the option of appearing before a commission.

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The League Management Company (LMC) has suspended Fada Dennis, the welfare officer of FC Taraba for the remaining games of the season. Dennis was suspended for assaulting referee Bala Mohammed in Makurdi after the Match Day 14 fixture against Shooting Stars. The LMC also charged FC Taraba with failure to provide adequate security during the match which allowed unauthorised persons to gain access to restricted area and which led to the attack on the referee. The sanctions on the club include playing one home game behind closed doors, a fine of N500, 000 and payment of N250, 000 compensation to Mohammed. Shooting Stars Sports Club (3SC) was fined N500, 000 for not providing proper security which led to lead to the assault on Enyimba International coach, Khadiri Ikhana on Match Day 13. Enyimba International got a caution for fans unruly conduct after the Match Day 16 fixture against Abia Warriors at the Enyimba International Stadium. Coach Ikhana was fined N100, 000 for failing to act in ethical and professional manner during the Match Day 16 fixture against Abia Warriors. He was charged with “going beyond his technical area and unto the pitch in the bid to confront match officials” before being restrained by security officials. Those affected can accept the decisions or state in writing, within 48 hours, the option of appearing before a commission.

Read more at: http://www.thecable.ng
The League Management Company (LMC) has suspended Fada Dennis, the welfare officer of FC Taraba for the remaining games of the season. Dennis was suspended for assaulting referee Bala Mohammed in Makurdi after the Match Day 14 fixture against Shooting Stars. The LMC also charged FC Taraba with failure to provide adequate security during the match which allowed unauthorised persons to gain access to restricted area and which led to the attack on the referee. The sanctions on the club include playing one home game behind closed doors, a fine of N500, 000 and payment of N250, 000 compensation to Mohammed. Shooting Stars Sports Club (3SC) was fined N500, 000 for not providing proper security which led to lead to the assault on Enyimba International coach, Khadiri Ikhana on Match Day 13. Enyimba International got a caution for fans unruly conduct after the Match Day 16 fixture against Abia Warriors at the Enyimba International Stadium. Coach Ikhana was fined N100, 000 for failing to act in ethical and professional manner during the Match Day 16 fixture against Abia Warriors. He was charged with “going beyond his technical area and unto the pitch in the bid to confront match officials” before being restrained by security officials. Those affected can accept the decisions or state in writing, within 48 hours, the option of appearing before a commission.

Read more at: http://www.thecable.ng
The League Management Company (LMC) has suspended Fada Dennis, the welfare officer of FC Taraba for the remaining games of the season. Dennis was suspended for assaulting referee Bala Mohammed in Makurdi after the Match Day 14 fixture against Shooting Stars. The LMC also charged FC Taraba with failure to provide adequate security during the match which allowed unauthorised persons to gain access to restricted area and which led to the attack on the referee. The sanctions on the club include playing one home game behind closed doors, a fine of N500, 000 and payment of N250, 000 compensation to Mohammed. Shooting Stars Sports Club (3SC) was fined N500, 000 for not providing proper security which led to lead to the assault on Enyimba International coach, Khadiri Ikhana on Match Day 13. Enyimba International got a caution for fans unruly conduct after the Match Day 16 fixture against Abia Warriors at the Enyimba International Stadium. Coach Ikhana was fined N100, 000 for failing to act in ethical and professional manner during the Match Day 16 fixture against Abia Warriors. He was charged with “going beyond his technical area and unto the pitch in the bid to confront match officials” before being restrained by security officials. Those affected can accept the decisions or state in writing, within 48 hours, the option of appearing before a commission.

Read more at: http://www.thecable.ng
The League Management Company (LMC) has suspended Fada Dennis, the welfare officer of FC Taraba for the remaining games of the season. Dennis was suspended for assaulting referee Bala Mohammed in Makurdi after the Match Day 14 fixture against Shooting Stars. The LMC also charged FC Taraba with failure to provide adequate security during the match which allowed unauthorised persons to gain access to restricted area and which led to the attack on the referee. The sanctions on the club include playing one home game behind closed doors, a fine of N500, 000 and payment of N250, 000 compensation to Mohammed. Shooting Stars Sports Club (3SC) was fined N500, 000 for not providing proper security which led to lead to the assault on Enyimba International coach, Khadiri Ikhana on Match Day 13. Enyimba International got a caution for fans unruly conduct after the Match Day 16 fixture against Abia Warriors at the Enyimba International Stadium. Coach Ikhana was fined N100, 000 for failing to act in ethical and professional manner during the Match Day 16 fixture against Abia Warriors. He was charged with “going beyond his technical area and unto the pitch in the bid to confront match officials” before being restrained by security officials. Those affected can accept the decisions or state in writing, within 48 hours, the option of appearing before a commission.

Read more at: http://www.thecable.ng

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