3SC Petitions LMC over Their Disrupted Week 30 Fixture

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3SC FC of Ibadan said they have penned their concerns to the League Management Company (LMC) over their disrupted Glo Premier League Week 30 tie against Sunshine Stars of Akure.

3SC Football Club of Ibadan.
3SC Football Club of Ibadan.

3SC Administrative Officer, Ademola Alabi made this known in a telephone interview on Tuesday.

Mayhem ended the match between Sunshine Stars and 3SC at the Akure Township Stadium on Sunday as the home fans took to the pitch and attacked the match officials, 3SC cameraman as well as the Oyo State Sports Commissioner, Adedapo Lam-Adesina.

“It is now an official issue, Alabi said. “We filed our protest this (Tuesday) morning. From the moment we stepped on the stadium, Sunshine Stars’ fans displayed their aggressiveness to us.

“They made verbal threats, the intimidation was obvious. When we scored our goal they challenged the match official.

With the Akure Gunners leading by 2-1 at half-time, the proceeding turned awry midway into the second-half and the match was later abandoned.

However, Mike Idoko, the Co-coordinator, Ondo State Football Agency (OSFA) have denied the report that Lam-Adesina or referees were attacked.

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