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http://scorenigeria.com.ng/2017/05/16/gombe-united-probe-match-fixing-allegations-against-goalkeeper-emmanuel-fabiyi/

NPFL side Gombe United have announced they have commenced investigations into allegations made against goalkeeper Emmanuel Fabiyi that he threw away their game against Enugu Rangers.

The match between Gombe United and Rangers finished in a 3-3 draw.

Fabiyi was hospitalised after he was attacked by his own fans at th end of the game amid allegations to threw away the game.

In an official statement signed by Gombe spokesman Tanimu Umar, the club disclosed that a special committee of investigation made up of members of the management board, police and SSS has been is set up to investigate the allegations against the Benin Republic goalkeeper.

Gombe said Fabiyi has since gone AWOL.

The NPFL also announced a fan, who attacked the goalkeeper, has been arrested and will soon be prosecuted.

Also, the club have suspended Alhaji Kwairanga, the club’s assistant team manager, for one month, from participating in all the club’s activities, for inciting fans at the stadium.

Isa Gambo, an official of the supporters club, is also suspended for one month, for also inciting the fans.

Gombe have pleaded with LMC to reduce the monetary fines imposed on them.

They have been asked to pay over three million Naira following the crowd trouble at their rescheduled league against Rangers.

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PostPosted: Tue May 16, 2017 12:53 pm 
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Enugu II wrote:
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Gombe United Investigates Match-Fixing & Fabiyi Goes AWOL
http://scorenigeria.com.ng/2017/05/16/gombe-united-probe-match-fixing-allegations-against-goalkeeper-emmanuel-fabiyi/

NPFL side Gombe United have announced they have commenced investigations into allegations made against goalkeeper Emmanuel Fabiyi that he threw away their game against Enugu Rangers.

The match between Gombe United and Rangers finished in a 3-3 draw.

Fabiyi was hospitalised after he was attacked by his own fans at th end of the game amid allegations to threw away the game.

In an official statement signed by Gombe spokesman Tanimu Umar, the club disclosed that a special committee of investigation made up of members of the management board, police and SSS has been is set up to investigate the allegations against the Benin Republic goalkeeper.

Gombe said Fabiyi has since gone AWOL.

The NPFL also announced a fan, who attacked the goalkeeper, has been arrested and will soon be prosecuted.

Also, the club have suspended Alhaji Kwairanga, the club’s assistant team manager, for one month, from participating in all the club’s activities, for inciting fans at the stadium.

Isa Gambo, an official of the supporters club, is also suspended for one month, for also inciting the fans.

Gombe have pleaded with LMC to reduce the monetary fines imposed on them.

They have been asked to pay over three million Naira following the crowd trouble at their rescheduled league against Rangers.

**Headline Changed**


Watched a live phone-in interview of Fabiyi on a TV programme. Fabiyi was phoning in from Jos (not Gombe)
Why wouldn't the guy go AWOL when the club cannot guarantee his health & safety..?

Going by Fabiyi's version, the Kwairanga fellow & Isa Gambo, should be banned from football for life.

Time has come for LMC to deal accordingly with people who bring the league into disrepute. Monetary fines are not deterrent enough. Season-long bans & life-bans must be employed when it comes to threat to life...

Let erring clubs go under as consequence of sanctions; better to have a 10-team league of law-abiding participants, than a 20-team league of miscreants.

LMC must enact zero-tolerance when it is threat to life...

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PostPosted: Tue May 16, 2017 12:57 pm 
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FATHER TIKO wrote:
Enugu II wrote:
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Gombe United Investigates Match-Fixing & Fabiyi Goes AWOL
http://scorenigeria.com.ng/2017/05/16/gombe-united-probe-match-fixing-allegations-against-goalkeeper-emmanuel-fabiyi/

NPFL side Gombe United have announced they have commenced investigations into allegations made against goalkeeper Emmanuel Fabiyi that he threw away their game against Enugu Rangers.

The match between Gombe United and Rangers finished in a 3-3 draw.

Fabiyi was hospitalised after he was attacked by his own fans at th end of the game amid allegations to threw away the game.

In an official statement signed by Gombe spokesman Tanimu Umar, the club disclosed that a special committee of investigation made up of members of the management board, police and SSS has been is set up to investigate the allegations against the Benin Republic goalkeeper.

Gombe said Fabiyi has since gone AWOL.

The NPFL also announced a fan, who attacked the goalkeeper, has been arrested and will soon be prosecuted.

Also, the club have suspended Alhaji Kwairanga, the club’s assistant team manager, for one month, from participating in all the club’s activities, for inciting fans at the stadium.

Isa Gambo, an official of the supporters club, is also suspended for one month, for also inciting the fans.

Gombe have pleaded with LMC to reduce the monetary fines imposed on them.

They have been asked to pay over three million Naira following the crowd trouble at their rescheduled league against Rangers.

**Headline Changed**


Watched a live phone-in interview of Fabiyi on a TV programme. Fabiyi was phoning in from Jos (not Gombe)
Why wouldn't the guy go AWOL when the club cannot guarantee his health & safety..?

Going by Fabiyi's version, the Kwairanga fellow & Isa Gambo, should be banned from football for life.

Time has come for LMC to deal accordingly with people who bring the league into disrepute. Monetary fines are not deterrent enough. Season-long bans & life-bans must be employed when it comes to threat to life...

Let erring clubs go under as consequence of sanctions; better to have a 10-team league of law-abiding participants, than a 20-team league of miscreants.

LMC must enact zero-tolerance when it is threat to life...


What exactly did he say about Kwairanga and Gambo?

The speculation is that Fabiyi took money under the table from Rangers and sold the game. The assumption is that Gombe had not paid him and then the circumstances of conceding that late late equalizer. How true are those allegations?

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PostPosted: Tue May 16, 2017 1:21 pm 
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Enugu II wrote:
FATHER TIKO wrote:
Enugu II wrote:
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Gombe United Investigates Match-Fixing & Fabiyi Goes AWOL
http://scorenigeria.com.ng/2017/05/16/gombe-united-probe-match-fixing-allegations-against-goalkeeper-emmanuel-fabiyi/

NPFL side Gombe United have announced they have commenced investigations into allegations made against goalkeeper Emmanuel Fabiyi that he threw away their game against Enugu Rangers.

The match between Gombe United and Rangers finished in a 3-3 draw.

Fabiyi was hospitalised after he was attacked by his own fans at th end of the game amid allegations to threw away the game.

In an official statement signed by Gombe spokesman Tanimu Umar, the club disclosed that a special committee of investigation made up of members of the management board, police and SSS has been is set up to investigate the allegations against the Benin Republic goalkeeper.

Gombe said Fabiyi has since gone AWOL.

The NPFL also announced a fan, who attacked the goalkeeper, has been arrested and will soon be prosecuted.

Also, the club have suspended Alhaji Kwairanga, the club’s assistant team manager, for one month, from participating in all the club’s activities, for inciting fans at the stadium.

Isa Gambo, an official of the supporters club, is also suspended for one month, for also inciting the fans.

Gombe have pleaded with LMC to reduce the monetary fines imposed on them.

They have been asked to pay over three million Naira following the crowd trouble at their rescheduled league against Rangers.

**Headline Changed**


Watched a live phone-in interview of Fabiyi on a TV programme. Fabiyi was phoning in from Jos (not Gombe)
Why wouldn't the guy go AWOL when the club cannot guarantee his health & safety..?

Going by Fabiyi's version, the Kwairanga fellow & Isa Gambo, should be banned from football for life.

Time has come for LMC to deal accordingly with people who bring the league into disrepute. Monetary fines are not deterrent enough. Season-long bans & life-bans must be employed when it comes to threat to life...

Let erring clubs go under as consequence of sanctions; better to have a 10-team league of law-abiding participants, than a 20-team league of miscreants.

LMC must enact zero-tolerance when it is threat to life...


What exactly did he say about Kwairanga and Gambo?

The speculation is that Fabiyi took money under the table from Rangers and sold the game. The assumption is that Gombe had not paid him and then the circumstances of conceding that late late equalizer. How true are those allegations?


Fabiyi didn't mention names, but implied who the personalities were...
Kwairanga & Gambo apparently confronted Fabiyi after the final whistle, on the pitch, and loudly accused him of match-fixing in front of irate home fans who were then emboldened to assault him.
Both persons allegedly engaged in cheer-leading the assault on Fabiyi...

The allegation of match-fixing is not even proven; simply based on the equalising goal which they felt Fabiyi should have prevented.

The TV phone-interview with Fabiyi happened Thursday 11 May. To my knowledge, no evidence of match-fixing has been presented.
So Fabiyi was assaulted based merely on suspicion...

LMC is apparently still investigating the matter...

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I can assure you it's more important than that..."
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PostPosted: Tue May 16, 2017 1:48 pm 
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FATHER TIKO wrote:
Enugu II wrote:
FATHER TIKO wrote:
Enugu II wrote:
Quote:
Gombe United Investigates Match-Fixing & Fabiyi Goes AWOL
http://scorenigeria.com.ng/2017/05/16/gombe-united-probe-match-fixing-allegations-against-goalkeeper-emmanuel-fabiyi/

NPFL side Gombe United have announced they have commenced investigations into allegations made against goalkeeper Emmanuel Fabiyi that he threw away their game against Enugu Rangers.

The match between Gombe United and Rangers finished in a 3-3 draw.

Fabiyi was hospitalised after he was attacked by his own fans at th end of the game amid allegations to threw away the game.

In an official statement signed by Gombe spokesman Tanimu Umar, the club disclosed that a special committee of investigation made up of members of the management board, police and SSS has been is set up to investigate the allegations against the Benin Republic goalkeeper.

Gombe said Fabiyi has since gone AWOL.

The NPFL also announced a fan, who attacked the goalkeeper, has been arrested and will soon be prosecuted.

Also, the club have suspended Alhaji Kwairanga, the club’s assistant team manager, for one month, from participating in all the club’s activities, for inciting fans at the stadium.

Isa Gambo, an official of the supporters club, is also suspended for one month, for also inciting the fans.

Gombe have pleaded with LMC to reduce the monetary fines imposed on them.

They have been asked to pay over three million Naira following the crowd trouble at their rescheduled league against Rangers.

**Headline Changed**


Watched a live phone-in interview of Fabiyi on a TV programme. Fabiyi was phoning in from Jos (not Gombe)
Why wouldn't the guy go AWOL when the club cannot guarantee his health & safety..?

Going by Fabiyi's version, the Kwairanga fellow & Isa Gambo, should be banned from football for life.

Time has come for LMC to deal accordingly with people who bring the league into disrepute. Monetary fines are not deterrent enough. Season-long bans & life-bans must be employed when it comes to threat to life...

Let erring clubs go under as consequence of sanctions; better to have a 10-team league of law-abiding participants, than a 20-team league of miscreants.

LMC must enact zero-tolerance when it is threat to life...


What exactly did he say about Kwairanga and Gambo?

The speculation is that Fabiyi took money under the table from Rangers and sold the game. The assumption is that Gombe had not paid him and then the circumstances of conceding that late late equalizer. How true are those allegations?


Fabiyi didn't mention names, but implied who the personalities were...
Kwairanga & Gambo apparently confronted Fabiyi after the final whistle, on the pitch, and loudly accused him of match-fixing in front of irate home fans who were then emboldened to assault him.
Both persons allegedly engaged in cheer-leading the assault on Fabiyi...


The allegation of match-fixing is not even proven; simply based on the equalising goal which they felt Fabiyi should have prevented.

The TV phone-interview with Fabiyi happened Thursday 11 May. To my knowledge, no evidence of match-fixing has been presented.
So Fabiyi was assaulted based merely on suspicion...

LMC is apparently still investigating the matter...


The highlighted above deserves a LIFE BAN. That is essentially an attempt to get someone killed by a mob. Let's hope LMC can take SERIOUS ACTION on that.

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PostPosted: Tue May 16, 2017 1:59 pm 
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Enugu II wrote:
FATHER TIKO wrote:
Enugu II wrote:
FATHER TIKO wrote:
Enugu II wrote:
Quote:
Gombe United Investigates Match-Fixing & Fabiyi Goes AWOL
http://scorenigeria.com.ng/2017/05/16/gombe-united-probe-match-fixing-allegations-against-goalkeeper-emmanuel-fabiyi/

NPFL side Gombe United have announced they have commenced investigations into allegations made against goalkeeper Emmanuel Fabiyi that he threw away their game against Enugu Rangers.

The match between Gombe United and Rangers finished in a 3-3 draw.

Fabiyi was hospitalised after he was attacked by his own fans at th end of the game amid allegations to threw away the game.

In an official statement signed by Gombe spokesman Tanimu Umar, the club disclosed that a special committee of investigation made up of members of the management board, police and SSS has been is set up to investigate the allegations against the Benin Republic goalkeeper.

Gombe said Fabiyi has since gone AWOL.

The NPFL also announced a fan, who attacked the goalkeeper, has been arrested and will soon be prosecuted.

Also, the club have suspended Alhaji Kwairanga, the club’s assistant team manager, for one month, from participating in all the club’s activities, for inciting fans at the stadium.

Isa Gambo, an official of the supporters club, is also suspended for one month, for also inciting the fans.

Gombe have pleaded with LMC to reduce the monetary fines imposed on them.

They have been asked to pay over three million Naira following the crowd trouble at their rescheduled league against Rangers.

**Headline Changed**


Watched a live phone-in interview of Fabiyi on a TV programme. Fabiyi was phoning in from Jos (not Gombe)
Why wouldn't the guy go AWOL when the club cannot guarantee his health & safety..?

Going by Fabiyi's version, the Kwairanga fellow & Isa Gambo, should be banned from football for life.

Time has come for LMC to deal accordingly with people who bring the league into disrepute. Monetary fines are not deterrent enough. Season-long bans & life-bans must be employed when it comes to threat to life...

Let erring clubs go under as consequence of sanctions; better to have a 10-team league of law-abiding participants, than a 20-team league of miscreants.

LMC must enact zero-tolerance when it is threat to life...


What exactly did he say about Kwairanga and Gambo?

The speculation is that Fabiyi took money under the table from Rangers and sold the game. The assumption is that Gombe had not paid him and then the circumstances of conceding that late late equalizer. How true are those allegations?


Fabiyi didn't mention names, but implied who the personalities were...
Kwairanga & Gambo apparently confronted Fabiyi after the final whistle, on the pitch, and loudly accused him of match-fixing in front of irate home fans who were then emboldened to assault him.
Both persons allegedly engaged in cheer-leading the assault on Fabiyi...


The allegation of match-fixing is not even proven; simply based on the equalising goal which they felt Fabiyi should have prevented.

The TV phone-interview with Fabiyi happened Thursday 11 May. To my knowledge, no evidence of match-fixing has been presented.
So Fabiyi was assaulted based merely on suspicion...

LMC is apparently still investigating the matter...


The highlighted above deserves a LIFE BAN. That is essentially an attempt to get someone killed by a mob. Let's hope LMC can take SERIOUS ACTION on that.


That's exactly the submission made by the TV Anchors. And precisely my point.
1 Month ban is a mere rap on the wrist.

More irksome is the lack of footage of that match. Thats the over-riding importance of TV in the NPFL.
Such incidents should be captured on TV or video, so there are no escape clauses for the culprits.

Perhaps also, the equalising goal which is the centre of the storm, could be exhaustively debated upon...

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I can assure you it's more important than that..."
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PostPosted: Tue May 16, 2017 2:07 pm 
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Enugu II wrote:
FATHER TIKO wrote:
Enugu II wrote:
FATHER TIKO wrote:
Enugu II wrote:
Quote:
Gombe United Investigates Match-Fixing & Fabiyi Goes AWOL
http://scorenigeria.com.ng/2017/05/16/gombe-united-probe-match-fixing-allegations-against-goalkeeper-emmanuel-fabiyi/

NPFL side Gombe United have announced they have commenced investigations into allegations made against goalkeeper Emmanuel Fabiyi that he threw away their game against Enugu Rangers.

The match between Gombe United and Rangers finished in a 3-3 draw.

Fabiyi was hospitalised after he was attacked by his own fans at th end of the game amid allegations to threw away the game.

In an official statement signed by Gombe spokesman Tanimu Umar, the club disclosed that a special committee of investigation made up of members of the management board, police and SSS has been is set up to investigate the allegations against the Benin Republic goalkeeper.

Gombe said Fabiyi has since gone AWOL.

The NPFL also announced a fan, who attacked the goalkeeper, has been arrested and will soon be prosecuted.

Also, the club have suspended Alhaji Kwairanga, the club’s assistant team manager, for one month, from participating in all the club’s activities, for inciting fans at the stadium.

Isa Gambo, an official of the supporters club, is also suspended for one month, for also inciting the fans.

Gombe have pleaded with LMC to reduce the monetary fines imposed on them.

They have been asked to pay over three million Naira following the crowd trouble at their rescheduled league against Rangers.

**Headline Changed**


Watched a live phone-in interview of Fabiyi on a TV programme. Fabiyi was phoning in from Jos (not Gombe)
Why wouldn't the guy go AWOL when the club cannot guarantee his health & safety..?

Going by Fabiyi's version, the Kwairanga fellow & Isa Gambo, should be banned from football for life.

Time has come for LMC to deal accordingly with people who bring the league into disrepute. Monetary fines are not deterrent enough. Season-long bans & life-bans must be employed when it comes to threat to life...

Let erring clubs go under as consequence of sanctions; better to have a 10-team league of law-abiding participants, than a 20-team league of miscreants.

LMC must enact zero-tolerance when it is threat to life...


What exactly did he say about Kwairanga and Gambo?

The speculation is that Fabiyi took money under the table from Rangers and sold the game. The assumption is that Gombe had not paid him and then the circumstances of conceding that late late equalizer. How true are those allegations?


Fabiyi didn't mention names, but implied who the personalities were...
Kwairanga & Gambo apparently confronted Fabiyi after the final whistle, on the pitch, and loudly accused him of match-fixing in front of irate home fans who were then emboldened to assault him.
Both persons allegedly engaged in cheer-leading the assault on Fabiyi...


The allegation of match-fixing is not even proven; simply based on the equalising goal which they felt Fabiyi should have prevented.

The TV phone-interview with Fabiyi happened Thursday 11 May. To my knowledge, no evidence of match-fixing has been presented.
So Fabiyi was assaulted based merely on suspicion...

LMC is apparently still investigating the matter...


The highlighted above deserves a LIFE BAN. That is essentially an attempt to get someone killed by a mob. Let's hope LMC can take SERIOUS ACTION on that.


That's exactly the submission made by the TV Anchors. And precisely my point.
1 Month ban is a mere rap on the wrist.

More irksome is the lack of footage of that match. Thats the over-riding importance of TV in the NPFL.
Such incidents should be captured on TV or video, so there are no escape clauses for the culprits.

Perhaps also, the equalising goal which is the centre of the storm, could be exhaustively debated upon...

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I can assure you it's more important than that..."
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PostPosted: Wed May 17, 2017 11:57 am 
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When are they paying their players outstanding salaries


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PostPosted: Thu May 18, 2017 11:58 am 
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Click on pic.twitter to watch all six goals in that match and judge for yourself whether match fixing may have taken place or not.

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