Kano Pillars have said that they will meet after Wednesday's game against Nembe City to take a decision on the League Management Company's decision to banish them to Kaduna after their match against Enyimba.
The week 31 match at the Sani Abacha Stadium ended in the 87th minute after fans encroached on the pitch.
Mohammed Gambo had scored and the supporters jubilated and stayed on the pitch for more than 10 minutes.
The LMC felt Kano Pillars did not control the crowd that invaded the pitch and announced that they will have to play their remaining home games in Kaduna and would also pay N5 million and replace the damaged camera of the visitors.
Kano Pillars media officer Idris Malikawa told Goal that the management will meet to take a hard look at the decisions of the LMC.
"The Management will meet to decide on what to do about the LMC decisions. We believe that we have not been fairly treated after the game against Enyimba.
"Everybody saw what happened. But I will not say more than that until after the meeting. Let us finish our midweek game against Nembe City and then we can now face the issue of the banishment," Malikawa said.
Kano Pillars are placed third on the log with 51 points