The Nigeria Premier League has clamp down on Warri Wolves defender, Ojo Mine who displayed acts capable of bringing the team to disrepute in the match against Heartland of Owerri which ended goalless at the Dan Anyiam Stadium.
According the Acting Executive Secretary, Tunji Babalola, Mine did not show good sportsmanship after Heartland was awarded a late penalty in the game.
“Ojo Mine is an experienced player in the League but did not show that trait last Sunday in the game against Heartland. Consequently Ojo Mine is hereby suspended for three matches and will also pay a fine of N100, 000.
“This will serve as a deterrent t other players who think they can take the laws into their hands in the remaining matches of the Nigeria Premier League,” Babalola said.
Mine attacked the referee after the penalty was awarded to the home side and had to be restrained by his team mates.
He was subsequently shown a red card