NWFL Warns Sunshine Queens
Published: June 11, 2013
NWFL Warns Sunshine QueensThe Chairman of the Nigeria Women Football League Chief (Mrs.) Dilichukwu Onyedinma has warned the management of Sunshine Queens of Akure and its State Football Association to take the issue of security at its match venue serious or risk being banished to an alternative venue.NWFL Warns Sunshine Queens
 
"We can no longer tolerate that from the Ondo State Football Association, and the Management of Sunshine Queens.

''We would be forced to banish the team to another venues if such incidents occurr at their match venue.

''The FA should take the issue of security very serious, and ensure that both the home and away teams including all the officiating officials are well protected all through the matches,''  the Board Chairman Dilichukwu Onyedinma said in a statement.

She added: ''Home teams should always be good host to their visitors, because they would also visit the other teams at their home ground at a later date.

''We would not tolerate a situation where a woman player would attack a referee for whatever cause.''

Sunshine Queens have had two of their last home matches abandoned in very controversial ways.

Their Week 10 match against Ibom Queens ended in fracas after a player was alleged to have assaulted the referee which led the fans to encroach into the field of play.

In their Week 11 match against the Rivers Angels at the same venue, the visitors were said to have abandoned the match.
    
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