The League Management Company (LMC) have charged Plateau United coach Kennedy Boboye, goalkeeper Dele Ajiboye and 3SC General Manager, Rasheed Balogun, for breaking the LMC Code of Conduct.
LMC affirmed the ban on their official twitter handle:
“Balogun failed to show a good example by encroaching the technical area (a restricted area) during the NPFL Matchday 12 game between 3SC and Plateau Utd.
“Boboye failed to conduct himself in a professional manner during the NPFL Matchday 12 game – 3SC v Plateau Utd.”
Balogun was fined N200,000 subsequent to a conflict with Plateau United’s boss Kennedy Boboye amid match-day 12 of the Nigeria Professional Football League (NPFL) game between 3SC and Plateau United.
Boboye was fined N100,000 and was additionally prohibited for three games for his powerlessness to depict himself in a professional way during the game.
The Tin-City’s goalkeeper, Dele Ajiboye was likewise charged by the league body for his part.
While former Nigeria international was restricted for a match ban for showing conduct equipped for actuating others through his verbal squabble with 3SC supporters amid the game.
The trio of Balogun, Boboye and Ajiboye have 48 hours from the date of warning of the sanctions to acknowledge LMC’s decision or appeal against the choices.
The LMC has additionally forced a fine of N200,000 on Kano Pillars coach Kadiri Ikhana for breaking NPFL rules. Ikhana neglected to act in a professional way during Plateau United v Kano Pillars Matchday 13 game.
Ikhana has 48 hours to acknowledge or appeal the sanctions from the date of warning.