Nigeria National League crackdown on Spartans and Adamawa United

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The Lagos based side were dealt a blow after one of its officials attacked a referee, while the northerners were reproved for boycotting their game

Adamawa United and Spartans have been dealt with by the Nigeria National League for several degree of offences.

Lagos based Spartans had one of its officials, Oladimeji Odedairo was handed a four-game ban after assaulting a referee during their Week Six encounter.

Oladimeji pleaded guilty to the offence as he physically attacked the encounter’s fourth official at the Agege Stadium.

Also, Adamawa United lost three points for refusing to play their National League encounter versus Sokoto United.

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The Yola based side did not kick a ball at the Gingiya Township Stadium stating security alarm – a claim the game match commissioner reproved.

Even at this, Adamawa United remain third in Group A1 with 13 points from seven games, while Sokoto United sit in the fourth position with 12 points from the same number of games.