The Nigeria Premier League has invited officials and captains of Sharks and Dolphins football clubs of Port-Harcourt to explain what happened in their week three match at the Sharks Stadium.
A statement from the league body said that the officials and captain of the clubs will meet with NPL in Abuja.
“We have invited the officials and captains of the two clubs so as to find out their role in the match.
“We are going to find out a lot from them and if they are guilty of playing the match the way they did, then they would be punished according to what the status guiding the Premier League says,” the statement read.
Meanwhile, Kwara United of Ilorin have been warned to make sure they control their fans anytime they are playing at home.
The league organizing body noted that the Ilorin side has been given the last warning to take full charge of the security in the matches or face the full weight of the law.
“We cannot allow any club, bring the game to disrepute and we learnt of some harassment in the game against Kano Pillars last weekend in Offa.
“Such occurrence is not good for the league and the management must make sure that no away club is molested in Offa again,” NPL said.