LMC Cautions Baldwin Bazuye, Solomon Babanja For Inappropriate Dressing

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    The league management company (LMC) have issued a resounding warning to both Nasarawa United team manager Solomon Babanja and Katsina United Head coach Baldwin Bazuaye for inappropriate dressing to match venues.

    Nasarawa United team manager Solomon Babanja was cautioned for wearing a foreign club jersey to an NPFL match venue which flouts C1.4 of the NPFL Framework & Rules that stipulates club officials must wear appropriate clothing (club branded, corporate or business attire)

    According to the statement released which read, “Nasarawa Utd team manager Solomon Babanja has also been charged for breaching the NPFL Framework & Rules

    “Babanja has been charged for wearing a foreign jersey during a league game which flouts C1.4 of the NPFL Framework & Rules that stipulates club officials must wear appropriate clothing (club branded, corporate or business attire)

    “Babanja has been admonished & reminded to set a positive example for players & others as listed in the Code of Conduct for Managers/Coaches,” LMC said Tuesday.

    Katsina United coach coach Baldwin Bazuaye was also warned and advised to dress appropriately as enshrined in the rule books of the league, he was admonished to be of a good example to other managers.

    “Katsina Utd head coach Baldwin Bazuaye is in breach Rule C1.4 of the NPFL Framework & Rules during THE Matchday 9 game at Akwa Utd

    “Bazuaye is issued with a reprimand for inappropriate dressing & is reminded to set a positive example for players as enshrined in the Code for Managers/Coaches.

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