NPFL MD36: Warri Wolves Petition LMC Over Seizure Of Camera, Tapes By Jigawa Golden Stars
By Amaechi Agbo
Nigeria Professional Football League, NPFL side, Warri Wolves have petitioned the League Management Company, LMC over allegation of seizure of their Camera and tape by irate Jigawa Golden Stars fans during the matchday 36 encounter in Kaduna, Bestchoicesport.com.ng can report
The Match played at the Ahmed Bello Stadium, Kaduna ended in a goal apiece.
In a protest letter signed by the club’s secretary, Ukah Chukwuma Henry, it noted that the away team ran away from the stadium when the home team fans started harassing them.
“We write to register our protest over the loss of our Video camera (SONY HD) and tapes as a result of match with Jigawa Golden Stars FC today in Kaduna.
“We had to run for our dear lives after the match when the fans and supporters of the home team started harassing the team,” part of the letter read.
In the letter the club further alleged that the substitution board waa collected severally from the reserved referee during the second half adding that they were unable to reach the match commissioner after the game
“It will be of great importance to let you know that the said fans collected the substitution board from the reserved referees many times during the second half, thereby disrupting the game.
“We were unable to reach the match commissioner who alongside the officiating officials were held hostage by fans and officials of the home team after the match.”
Meanwhile, there was no away win in the Matchday 36 results of the NPFL played Wednesday.
League Leaders, Akwa United drew away at FC Ifeanyi Ubah while Rangers defeated Katsina United by alone goal in Enugu.
Below is the full Results
FC Ifeanyiubah 1-1 Akwa Utd
MFM 2-2 Rivers Utd
Lobi 1-1 Enyimba
Sunshine Stars 3-2 Plateau Utd
Dakkada 0-0 Nasarawa Utd
Rangers 1-0 Katsina Utd
Abia Warriors 5-1 Adamawa Utd
Kwara Utd 1-0 Kano Pillars
Wikki 4-2 Heartland
Jigawa Stars 1-1 Wolves