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Benin players and ex-FA boss given prison sentences for age cheating
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Ten Benin youth players and former football federation president Anjorin Moucharafou have been handed prison sentences for age cheating.

A Cotonou court found them guilty of lying about their ages, which saw them failing MRI tests in Niger.

September's failed tests saw Benin disqualified from last month's regional qualifying tournament in Niger for the 2019 Under-17 Africa Cup of Nations.

The players were given six-month prison sentences with five months suspended.

Because the players have been held in prison since their return from Niamey in September, they do not face more time behind bars.

Moucharafou, who was president of the Benin Football Federation (FBF) until August, was also found guilty because of his administrative role that led to the failed MRI tests.

He was handed a 12-month prison sentence, including 10 months suspended. He has also served some of his time after being arrested earlier.

The national under-17 team coach Lafiou Yessoufof and two other officials received similar sentences for their roles in cheating.

The new president of the FBF, Mathurin de Chacus, declared in August when he was elected that he wanted to "put an end to corruption, improvisation and amateurism" in the country's football.

He had filed a complaint about the overage players scandal and promised "very heavy" sanctions.

https://www.bbc.com/sport/football/46047324

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What's going on in that part of Africa?

First Ghana's Nyantaki, Niger players are going hungry before a qualifier and now Benin.

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PostPosted: Wed Oct 31, 2018 9:22 pm 
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Benin players and ex-FA boss given prison sentences for age cheating
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Ten Benin youth players and former football federation president Anjorin Moucharafou have been handed prison sentences for age cheating.

A Cotonou court found them guilty of lying about their ages, which saw them failing MRI tests in Niger.

September's failed tests saw Benin disqualified from last month's regional qualifying tournament in Niger for the 2019 Under-17 Africa Cup of Nations.

The players were given six-month prison sentences with five months suspended.

Because the players have been held in prison since their return from Niamey in September, they do not face more time behind bars.

Moucharafou, who was president of the Benin Football Federation (FBF) until August, was also found guilty because of his administrative role that led to the failed MRI tests.

He was handed a 12-month prison sentence, including 10 months suspended. He has also served some of his time after being arrested earlier.

The national under-17 team coach Lafiou Yessoufof and two other officials received similar sentences for their roles in cheating.

The new president of the FBF, Mathurin de Chacus, declared in August when he was elected that he wanted to "put an end to corruption, improvisation and amateurism" in the country's football.

He had filed a complaint about the overage players scandal and promised "very heavy" sanctions.

https://www.bbc.com/sport/football/46047324

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PostPosted: Thu Nov 01, 2018 11:40 am 
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Benin players and ex-FA boss given prison sentences for age cheating
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Ten Benin youth players and former football federation president Anjorin Moucharafou have been handed prison sentences for age cheating.

A Cotonou court found them guilty of lying about their ages, which saw them failing MRI tests in Niger.

September's failed tests saw Benin disqualified from last month's regional qualifying tournament in Niger for the 2019 Under-17 Africa Cup of Nations.

The players were given six-month prison sentences with five months suspended.

Because the players have been held in prison since their return from Niamey in September, they do not face more time behind bars.

Moucharafou, who was president of the Benin Football Federation (FBF) until August, was also found guilty because of his administrative role that led to the failed MRI tests.

He was handed a 12-month prison sentence, including 10 months suspended. He has also served some of his time after being arrested earlier.

The national under-17 team coach Lafiou Yessoufof and two other officials received similar sentences for their roles in cheating.

The new president of the FBF, Mathurin de Chacus, declared in August when he was elected that he wanted to "put an end to corruption, improvisation and amateurism" in the country's football.

He had filed a complaint about the overage players scandal and promised "very heavy" sanctions.

https://www.bbc.com/sport/football/46047324

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PostPosted: Thu Nov 01, 2018 12:21 pm 
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Our jails would be overflowing if they tried it in Naija. :taunt:

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Our jails would be overflowing if they tried it in Naija. :taunt:



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PostPosted: Thu Nov 01, 2018 6:08 pm 
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pajimoh wrote:
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Benin players and ex-FA boss given prison sentences for age cheating
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Ten Benin youth players and former football federation president Anjorin Moucharafou have been handed prison sentences for age cheating.

A Cotonou court found them guilty of lying about their ages, which saw them failing MRI tests in Niger.

September's failed tests saw Benin disqualified from last month's regional qualifying tournament in Niger for the 2019 Under-17 Africa Cup of Nations.

The players were given six-month prison sentences with five months suspended.

Because the players have been held in prison since their return from Niamey in September, they do not face more time behind bars.

Moucharafou, who was president of the Benin Football Federation (FBF) until August, was also found guilty because of his administrative role that led to the failed MRI tests.

He was handed a 12-month prison sentence, including 10 months suspended. He has also served some of his time after being arrested earlier.

The national under-17 team coach Lafiou Yessoufof and two other officials received similar sentences for their roles in cheating.

The new president of the FBF, Mathurin de Chacus, declared in August when he was elected that he wanted to "put an end to corruption, improvisation and amateurism" in the country's football.

He had filed a complaint about the overage players scandal and promised "very heavy" sanctions.

https://www.bbc.com/sport/football/46047324

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MRI is a subjective evidence


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cic old boy wrote:
Our jails would be overflowing if they tried it in Naija. :taunt:

Ouch!
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What's going on in that part of Africa?

First Ghana's Nyantaki, Niger players are going hungry before a qualifier and now Benin.


Nyantakyi is a criminal, who should be jailed for life
Don't mix him up with some poor players who are simply trying to beat the system to survive

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ANC wrote:
pajimoh wrote:
ANC wrote:
pajimoh wrote:
Benin players and ex-FA boss given prison sentences for age cheating
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Ten Benin youth players and former football federation president Anjorin Moucharafou have been handed prison sentences for age cheating.

A Cotonou court found them guilty of lying about their ages, which saw them failing MRI tests in Niger.

September's failed tests saw Benin disqualified from last month's regional qualifying tournament in Niger for the 2019 Under-17 Africa Cup of Nations.

The players were given six-month prison sentences with five months suspended.

Because the players have been held in prison since their return from Niamey in September, they do not face more time behind bars.

Moucharafou, who was president of the Benin Football Federation (FBF) until August, was also found guilty because of his administrative role that led to the failed MRI tests.

He was handed a 12-month prison sentence, including 10 months suspended. He has also served some of his time after being arrested earlier.

The national under-17 team coach Lafiou Yessoufof and two other officials received similar sentences for their roles in cheating.

The new president of the FBF, Mathurin de Chacus, declared in August when he was elected that he wanted to "put an end to corruption, improvisation and amateurism" in the country's football.

He had filed a complaint about the overage players scandal and promised "very heavy" sanctions.

https://www.bbc.com/sport/football/46047324

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MRI is a subjective evidence

Is it? I thought it was scientific.

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theYemster wrote:
ANC wrote:
pajimoh wrote:
ANC wrote:
pajimoh wrote:
Benin players and ex-FA boss given prison sentences for age cheating
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Ten Benin youth players and former football federation president Anjorin Moucharafou have been handed prison sentences for age cheating.

A Cotonou court found them guilty of lying about their ages, which saw them failing MRI tests in Niger.

September's failed tests saw Benin disqualified from last month's regional qualifying tournament in Niger for the 2019 Under-17 Africa Cup of Nations.

The players were given six-month prison sentences with five months suspended.

Because the players have been held in prison since their return from Niamey in September, they do not face more time behind bars.

Moucharafou, who was president of the Benin Football Federation (FBF) until August, was also found guilty because of his administrative role that led to the failed MRI tests.

He was handed a 12-month prison sentence, including 10 months suspended. He has also served some of his time after being arrested earlier.

The national under-17 team coach Lafiou Yessoufof and two other officials received similar sentences for their roles in cheating.

The new president of the FBF, Mathurin de Chacus, declared in August when he was elected that he wanted to "put an end to corruption, improvisation and amateurism" in the country's football.

He had filed a complaint about the overage players scandal and promised "very heavy" sanctions.

https://www.bbc.com/sport/football/46047324

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MRI is a subjective evidence

Is it? I thought it was scientific.


Don't mind ANC. But regardless of scientific or subjective, I'm sure the authorities would have done their work and probably find out there was "deliberate" falsification of age and no MRI scan was done or falsified also.

We know you an pass at one stage and fail a few months down the line. But it seems that wasn't the case.

Where falsification is evident then a prison sentence should be an option to serve as a deterrent and the suggestion that MRI scan should be paid for by the players and reimburse by the authorities is also a valid one. Nothing beats accurate record keeping and honorable people to help keep the integrity of our institutions but this is far down the line, until then.....

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ANC wrote:
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Benin players and ex-FA boss given prison sentences for age cheating
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Ten Benin youth players and former football federation president Anjorin Moucharafou have been handed prison sentences for age cheating.

A Cotonou court found them guilty of lying about their ages, which saw them failing MRI tests in Niger.

September's failed tests saw Benin disqualified from last month's regional qualifying tournament in Niger for the 2019 Under-17 Africa Cup of Nations.

The players were given six-month prison sentences with five months suspended.

Because the players have been held in prison since their return from Niamey in September, they do not face more time behind bars.

Moucharafou, who was president of the Benin Football Federation (FBF) until August, was also found guilty because of his administrative role that led to the failed MRI tests.

He was handed a 12-month prison sentence, including 10 months suspended. He has also served some of his time after being arrested earlier.

The national under-17 team coach Lafiou Yessoufof and two other officials received similar sentences for their roles in cheating.

The new president of the FBF, Mathurin de Chacus, declared in August when he was elected that he wanted to "put an end to corruption, improvisation and amateurism" in the country's football.

He had filed a complaint about the overage players scandal and promised "very heavy" sanctions.

https://www.bbc.com/sport/football/46047324

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MRI is a subjective evidence

The were found guilty of lying about their ages in court. Unlike Nigeria that's still playing the fool fiddling with MRI results where we post 40% failure rate on a test that is supposed to be 98% accurate then get academic about it. Seems the Beninois recognize fraud and flagrant attempt at cheating when they see one.

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