Organisers of the Nigeria Professional Football League (NPFL), League Management Company (LMC) have charged Shooting Stars Sports Club (3SC) general manager, Rasheed Balogun, Plateau United coach Kennedy Boboye, and goalkeeper Dele Ajiboye for breaching the code of conduct.

The LMC disclosed all sanctions on erring parties in recent NPFL games via its official Twitter account on Thursday.

Balogun was fined N200,000 for a touchline altercation with Plateau United coach, Boboye during a matchday 12 game between 3SC and Plateau United at the Lekan Salami Stadium, Adamasingba two weeks ago in Ibadan.

Boboye was also fined N100,000 and banned for three games for his inability to portray himself in a professional manner during the game.

Goalkeeper Dele Ajiboye was banned for a gamefor displaying behaviour capable of inciting others through his verbal altercation with 3SC supporters during the game.

The trio of Balogun, Boboye and Ajiboye have 48 hours from the date of notification of the sanctions to accept LMC’s ruling or appeal against the decisions.

The LMC has also imposed a fine of N200,000 on Kano Pillars coach Ikhana for breaching NPFL rules. Ikhana failed to conduct himself in a professional manner during the Plateau United v Kano Pillars Matchday 13. He has also been charged for breaching the Code of Conduct for Managers & Coaches. Ikhana has 48 hours to accept or appeal the sanctions from the date of notification.

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