NPFL : Football Kit Manager Banned For 1 Year Due To Poor Dress-code

A Nigeria Premier Football League (NPFL) kits manager Masudu Lawal will not participate in any League activities until the next one year reports.

NPFL club Katsina United have seen its kits manager Mr. Lawal suspended until one year over poor dressing code on matchday.

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According to a top NPFL commentator Mike, Katsina United has also been ordered to pay to the tune of one million Naira (1,000,000) for inappropriate display of a player’s name.

A player of Katsina United during a match saw a cardboard paper bearing his name attached on his jersey; a move which Organisers of the league has said its against its dress-code policies.

“Katsina United has been ordered to pay ₦1million for the inappropriate display of the player’s name and number while the Kits Manager, Masudu Lawal received a one year ban from all NPFL activities for improper conduct,” Mike said on his X (formerly Twitter) handle.

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Meanwhile, “the club is free to submit to the decisions or elect to appear before a disciplinary commission for a review. This they must communicate in writing to the NPFL Legal and Compliance Unit within 48 hours.”

In another story, Niger Tornadoes still in the Nigeria Premier Football League (NPFL), will be playing its next three games behind closed doors. They’re also expected to pay to the tune of Three Million and Two Hundred Thousand Naira.

“Niger Tornadoes (are) ordered to play next three home games behind closed doors, to pay 3.2m naira fine for unruly conduct in game against Akwa Utd,” football journalist Mike posted on X.

Niger Tornadoes

“The sanctions include a fine of ₦1million for failure to provide adequate and effective security for Match Officials.

“Another fine of ₦1million for failure to ensure the proper conduct of its officials (Stewards/Security Personnel).

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“There was a third fine of ₦1million for misconduct and a ₦250,000 compensatory payment to Referee (Ahmad Rabiu from Kano State Referees Council) for losses resulting from the harassment.”

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