Fans Beat Opposition Players Mercilessly In Nigeria Premier League Match
Just after some days that some fans in Kano attacked players and referred, another incident occurred during the weekend during a match between Enyimba of Aba and Plateau United, a match that ended in a draw but witness the merciless beating of the visiting players.
Meanwhile, the Abia State Government has condemned in totality the barbaric attack on players of Enyimba FC in Jos following a goalless draw in a league game with Plateau United.
We call on be authorities of NPFL to fully investigate the incident and sanction those found culpable as we will not condone any further attacks on our high flying players and fans under any guise. Failure to do the needful will compel us to consider all options including stopping the team from playing at hostile stadiums where their lives are endangered.
Football fans must realize that it is only a game and not mortal combat. In the game of football there are 3 possible outcomes: win, lose or draw. None of those outcomes should lead to violence of any kind.
The #MUFC players will wear black armbands on Sunday in memory of the seven fans who lost their lives recently in Calabar, Nigeria.
The #MUFC players will wear black armbands on Sunday in memory of the seven fans who lost their lives recently in Calabar, Nigeria. Is a pity so sad but with this shows how they love there fans.
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