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Latest decisions of the FIFA Disciplinary Committee
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Following the recent meeting of the Disciplinary Committee, FIFA can today confirm the latest sanctions imposed for incidents that occurred during the preliminary competition for the FIFA World Cup™ as well as in international friendlies.

The Nigeria Football Federation (NFF) has been sanctioned for fielding an ineligible player in the match between Algeria and Nigeria on 10 November 2017. The match is declared to be forfeited and awarded 3-0 in favour of Algeria, with the NFF also receiving a fine of CHF 6,000. The sanction relates to the player Abdullahi Shehu failing to serve the automatic one-match suspension imposed on him as a result of receiving a caution in two separate matches of the same competition. This sanction bears no impact on the final result of the preliminary competition for the FIFA World Cup since Nigeria had already qualified (and Algeria eliminated) before the match took place.

The FIFA Disciplinary Committee has also sanctioned the Timor-Leste FA (FFTL) with a fine of CHF 70,000 and the forfeit of seven matches in the preliminary competition for the 2018 FIFA World Cup™ for fielding a total of nine ineligible players based on nationality. The decision of the FIFA Disciplinary Committee is related to a previous sanction imposed by the AFC.

In addition, the Colombian player Edwin Cardona has been sanctioned for making a discriminatory gesture at an opponent during the friendly match played between the representative teams of Korea Republic and Colombia on 10 November 2017. Cardona has received a five-match suspension on the basis of art. 58 par. 1a) of the FIFA Disciplinary Code, with the suspension to be served during the upcoming friendly matches of the Colombian representative team, as well as a stadium ban for those five matches and a fine of CHF 20,000.

Further details of the other decisions passed by the Disciplinary Committee are available in the disciplinary overview document for the 2018 FIFA World Cup™ preliminary competition, published on FIFA.com.

http://www.fifa.com/worldcup/news/y=201 ... 24351.html


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Latest decisions of the FIFA Disciplinary Committee
(FIFA.com) 12 Dec 2017
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Following the recent meeting of the Disciplinary Committee, FIFA can today confirm the latest sanctions imposed for incidents that occurred during the preliminary competition for the FIFA World Cup™ as well as in international friendlies.

The Nigeria Football Federation (NFF) has been sanctioned for fielding an ineligible player in the match between Algeria and Nigeria on 10 November 2017. The match is declared to be forfeited and awarded 3-0 in favour of Algeria, with the NFF also receiving a fine of CHF 6,000. The sanction relates to the player Abdullahi Shehu failing to serve the automatic one-match suspension imposed on him as a result of receiving a caution in two separate matches of the same competition. This sanction bears no impact on the final result of the preliminary competition for the FIFA World Cup since Nigeria had already qualified (and Algeria eliminated) before the match took place.

The FIFA Disciplinary Committee has also sanctioned the Timor-Leste FA (FFTL) with a fine of CHF 70,000 and the forfeit of seven matches in the preliminary competition for the 2018 FIFA World Cup™ for fielding a total of nine ineligible players based on nationality. The decision of the FIFA Disciplinary Committee is related to a previous sanction imposed by the AFC.

In addition, the Colombian player Edwin Cardona has been sanctioned for making a discriminatory gesture at an opponent during the friendly match played between the representative teams of Korea Republic and Colombia on 10 November 2017. Cardona has received a five-match suspension on the basis of art. 58 par. 1a) of the FIFA Disciplinary Code, with the suspension to be served during the upcoming friendly matches of the Colombian representative team, as well as a stadium ban for those five matches and a fine of CHF 20,000.

Further details of the other decisions passed by the Disciplinary Committee are available in the disciplinary overview document for the 2018 FIFA World Cup™ preliminary competition, published on FIFA.com.

http://www.fifa.com/worldcup/news/y=201 ... 24351.html


:shock: :shock: :shock: :shock: :shock: how did we manage to bungle such a thing in this day and age????

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so our record don kpafuka because on olodoness..shame, shame shame

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this is unacceptable .

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In 2017 NFF still doesn’t have a rules expert or someone who should be in charge of keeping abreast of eligible players?

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Chai. I was reading this, and thought it was a spoof at first. Geez, just when you thought the NFF had turned the corner, them wan almost make me faint....I bin think say qualification don troway

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Chaaaiiii..... the wicked people are not done! I knew it. They might wrestle this wc tix away from us. :scared: :scared: :scared:

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Bloody egg head almost 4eck this one up. Can you imagine if we needed this result? Too busy trying to be a big man in caf than keep his own house in order. If 1naira say anything about this humpty dumpty again, I swear....:tic:

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It is even worse than it looks because that would have been the game to officially cap Tyrone Ebuehi who was with the team and was picking his fingernails on the bench. As it is now, Tyrone has not featured in an official game for the Eagles.


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Bloody egg head almost 4eck this one up. Can you imagine if we needed this result? Too busy trying to be a big man in caf than keep his own house in order. If 1naira say anything about this humpty dumpty again, I swear....:tic:



The player is culpable too.


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Chaaaiiii..... the wicked people are not done! I knew it. They might wrestle this wc tix away from us. :scared: :scared: :scared:


:lol: :lol:

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EMIR KONGI JAFFI JOFFA wrote:
Chaaaiiii..... the wicked people are not done! I knew it. They might wrestle this wc tix away from us. :scared: :scared: :scared:

It's all your fault. You didn't shake hard enough before this game. Mshhhedww

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It is even worse than it looks because that would have been the game to officially cap Tyrone Ebuehi who was with the team and was picking his fingernails on the bench. As it is now, Tyrone has not featured in an official game for the Eagles.



Simply disgraceful! The NFF gets the lion's share of the blame, but the coaching staff is also at fault.


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In 2017 NFF still doesn’t have a rules expert or someone who should be in charge of keeping abreast of eligible players?



Incompetence of the highest order!


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The NFF is mostly to blame but how come nobody even brought this up once... none of the eagle eyed reporters or forumers brought up his suspension.

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How many of us even know NFF was going through disciplinary committee of FIFA?

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The NFF is mostly to blame but how come nobody even brought this up once... none of the eagle eyed reporters or forumers brought up his suspension.


You got to be kidding me? Reporters or fans?

Naaa bro. NFF and coaching staff! PERIOD!

Don’t they log these things?

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I checked our disciplinary records on the fifa website before the Algeria game to see if any of our boys were at risk of missing the first game at the WC. Found nothing. I would have noticed if Shehu was suspended. I wonder if there's a mistake in FIFA's records.

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How did the ref's allow a player who was suspended for the game take part in it? Is it not also their job to check for this stuff as well?

Either way, major blunder all around.

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The defender was cautioned in the Super Eagles 1-0 win over Zambia in October that sealed Nigeria's spot in Russia, having been shown a yellow card in the first leg of their second round tie against Swaziland in November 2015.

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