LMC hammer falls on Kwara United

The League Organising body has slammed a hefty fine on the Afonja Warriors and they will now play their remaining matches away from home till the end of the season
Kwara United will pay a hefty fine of 5 million Naira and will also play their home games in Abuja after an assistant referee was attacked during a league match against Warri Wolves in Ilorin.

The Week 29 game against Warri Wolves at Ilorin Township Stadium on Saturday was inconclusive after assistant referee 1 Andy Ubani was assaulted by some hooligans at the end of the first half, when the game was goalless.

Kwara United have been fined 5 million Naira and they must pay the money before the replay which have been fixed for Thursday this week in Abuja.
Failure to pay the money before the reply means Warri Wolves will automatically get the three points and three goals.

The Afonja Warriors will also bear the cost of organising the replay in Abuja which includes referees indemnities and other logistics for the game.

The League body also said that apart from paying N200,000 to the Assistant Referee 1, all matches at the Kwara Stadium will be played behind closed doors.

"Kwara United will have to bear the cost of organising the game, that includes referees indemnities, security and other logistics that go with organising match.

The Kwara FA have also been ordered to fish out the pepetrators of the act.