Determined
to nip hooliganism in the match venues in the bud, the Nigeria National League
(NNL) has written a strongly worded letters to the management of two league
clubs to desist from the acts of intimidations and harassment of opponents or
face severe sanctions.
The
two culprits are the Abuja- based Federal Road Safety Corps (FRSC) Football
Club and Go- Round Fc of Omoku, Rivers State. They were found guilty of acts
which tend to bring the game to disrepute.
In
a letter signed by the NNL General Secretary, Lawrence Katken, the officials and
supporters of both clubs were accused of acts which are in breach to the Rules
and Regulations of the league.
According
to the NNL scribe, match officials’ reports indicated that FRSC supporters
encroached into the pitch and also harassed the officials during their game
against visiting Niger Tornadoes FC, a situation which led to the game to be
halted for eight minutes in contravention of Article 4.3 (1) of the Rules of
the competition.
In
the manner, Go-Round FC Team Manager, Soni Uboh 
and other officials of the club were accused of deliberate infraction
during their league match in Omoku against Ikorodu United FC.

Therefore,
both clubs have been seriously warned by NNL to behave themselves or face the
ugly consequences of their actions or inactions during their home games. .

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