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Panel tables report on NPL incident

Published on 13 Jun. 2012 11:08 PM IST
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In connection with June 9 incident that took place during a match between Dimapur United and Kohima Komets (KK), the disciplinary committee has tabled the report to the Nagaland Premier League (NPL) management about the decision taken.

During the that match, Kohima Komets team failed to restart the match after a ball hand incident during the 30 minute resulting in the sending off of two KK players for indiscipline against the referee which resulted in Kohima Komets forfeiting the match by three goals to zero, a release issued by NPL management stated.

It stated disciplinary committee under the guidelines of NFA reviewed the match reports and handed over an additional two match ban to the goal keeper Alemse Sangtam of KK.

The other player in question Dziesengulie Krose’s red card suspension would stay and a fine on the club for failing to restart the match has been imposed with a strict warning letter to the club management.

Stating, it respected the decision of the disciplinary committee, NPL management said decision has been deliberated after taking a lot into consideration.

Barak Flamingoz, Dmu united team up in a friendly match
To promote peace, harmony and friendship through football, the Mokokchung NPL management team would play exhibition match against joint team of Barak Flamingoz FC and Dimapur United management teams at Imkongmeren Sports Complex June 15 on the theme “beyond football: friendship prevails”.

Barak Flamingoz FC and Dimapur United FC lock horns June 16 in one of the most crucial matches in the on-going NPL season as both the teams vying for a win in order to win some sloth in the NPL table.

Nonetheless, Mokokchung NPL management coordinator Imnatoba Longchar, in a statement, said management team, sensing the off and on incidents of trouble in the on-going matches, decided to have this friendly matches to foster friendship and understanding among the football players, the management and also the football fans in the society.

The Mokokchung NPL team manager, Akok Ozukum expressed hope that such friendly matches would have a positive impact in the society and promote football as a wonderful game which cuts across communities, races and differences.

Meanwhile, Mokokchung NPL informed that friendly match would be a regular feature and at the same time invited other interested football clubs playing in the NPL or other society or organisation to contact the Mokokchung NPL management coordinator Imnatuba Longchar, if they want to play such friendly matches on weekdays.

It further expressed appreciation to all section of the society, especially the media house for their continued support to the Mokokchung NPL management team in its endeavour to spread positive messages ‘beyond football’.

It may be noted that in the last exhibition match against the NMP+, members of the press fraternity and other well-wishers also joined in the match as a mark of solidarity.

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