The League Management Company(LMC) organizers of the Nigeria Professional Football League(NPFL) has slammed a N9 million Naira positive and three level deduction on Kano Pillars.
The positive grew to become essential after the Sai Masu Gida supporters destroyed the workforce bus of Katsina United after they misplaced 1-0 within the first recreation on the Sani Abacha Stadium in Kano.
The LMC in a press release charged Kano Pilars
for breaching the NPFL Framework & Rules of their Matchday 23 recreation vs Katsina Utd on the Sani Abacha Stadium in Kano.
The assertion from LMC reads ;
“The Kano membership breached the league guidelines when a few of their supporters threw objects onto the pitch thereby resulting in the disruption of the sport.
“Some supporters of the membership additional encroached onto the pitch resulting in the match being discontinued.
“Kano Pillars failed to offer sufficient safety for the sport which led to breakdown of regulation and order on the Sani Abacha Stadium.
“Kano Pillars additionally failed to make sure that unauthorized individuals didn’t acquire entry to restricted areas resulting in harassment of match officers, away workforce and disruption of the sport.
“Furthermore, Kano Pillars supporters vandalized the bus of the away workforce and triggered injury/lack of private belongings of gamers & officers of the away workforce.
“Kano Pillars have been fined N1 million for the throwing of objects onto the pitch by their supporters.
“The Kano membership can even pay a positive of N5million for encroachment of the pitch by their supporters resulting in the discontinuation of the match.
“For failing to offer sufficient safety, Pillars pays a positive of N1 million and pays one other N1 million positive for permitting unauthorized individuals entry to restricted areas.
“The membership are additional fined N1 million for the unsporting behaviour of their supporters.
“Kano Pillars can even be chargeable for the restore and/or alternative of the broken bus of Katsina United in addition to licensed belongings (of gamers and officers of the away workforce) both broken or loss within the bus.
“Kano Pillars supporters have additionally been suspended indefinitely from league matches and the membership will guarantee full compliance of this order.
“Kano Pillars have 21 days to pay all the fines and repair/replace the damaged bus as well as replace certified damaged/lost belongings of Katsina United, their players and officials.”
“Kano Pillars will also play their remaining home matches for the current season at the MKO Abiola Stadium in Abuja while the Sani Abacha Stadium is closed down indefinitely to league games.”
“Three points will be deducted from the accrued points of Kano Pillars for the latest infraction following repeated breaches of the NPFL Framework & Rules.”