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Heartland FC Has Been Given A N6.25 Million Fine After Their Fans Assaulted A Referee

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The Nigerian Premier League Management Company has imposed a N6.25 million fine on Heartland FC of Owerri, after their fans nearly a referee to death.
The company disclosed via its Twitter account, that “Heartland have been docked 3 accrued points after crowd trouble incident vs Plateau Utd on Matchday 18.”
Referee Yusuf Garba and his team were assaulted and so were the management team of their opponents, Plateau United.
The release read further: “Heartland will play their next 3 home matches behind closed doors while the team manager Mobi Oparaku, a former Super Eagles defender was “suspended from all #NPFL activities for the next 10 matches.”
Plateau United got an equaliser in added time, a situation that led to the melee that ensued.
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