NFF Hands Out Life Ban For Officials and Players of 146 Goals Scandal.

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Nigeria Football Federation.
Nigeria Football Federation.

Both officials and players responsible for the “mind boggling” one-hundred-and-forty-six “scandalous” goal glut have been handed a life-time ban.

According to the recommendations by the committee of the Nigeria Football Federation (NFF) on the matter, the match officials in the two play-off matches will not handle football matches again.

And all the four amateur clubs involved in the two play-off matches have been giving a ten-year ban.

Plateau United Feeders team defeated Akurba FC 79-0 while Police Machine FC were 67-0 winners over Babayaro FC in promotion play-offs into Nigeria Nationwide League Division 3.

“The NFF have accepted the recommendations and they would be communicated to the clubs, the state FAs, CAF and FIFA,” announced NFF vice-president Chief Emeka Umeh.

“We would publish all the names of players and officials with their photographs and details.”

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1 COMMENT

  1. even spain (world football champions) could not score more than ten goals against tahiti. how come these club sides will have this type of results? were they playing against cripples? it’s so ridiculous.

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