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LMC Calls Off Remo Stars Vs FC Ifeanyiubah Over Food Poisoning Mishap

By Johnny Edward:

The League Management Company has called off the NPFL matchday-28 game between home side Remo Stars and FC IfeanyiUbah, reports Completesportsnigeria.com.

The match was called off due to the food poisoning being  suffered by 16 first team players of Remo Stars Football Club, who are currently being treated for at the General Hospital in Ikenne.

A new date is yet to be announced by the LMC as at the time of this report.

According to the official Twitter handle of the LMC, the match officials for the game are awaiting the formal doctor’s report following claims of food poisoning by the Sagamu based club.

“Eight games now on offer, two games off #RIVMFM and #REMIFE.

“LMC monitoring the condition of Remo Stars players at the hospital and wish them quick recovery,” the Tweet reads.

The Remo Stars players down with food poisoning include the club’s leading scorer, Victor Mbaoma, Ekene Awazie,, Umar Martaba, Oknuoghae Osas, Edozie Ewelike, Onovo David.

Others are Ekene Awazie, Abiodun Awoyemi, Ekene Obi, Saidu Muhammed, Paul Isaac the reserve goalkeeper, David Walbe, and Shuji Oshobe and Akeem Taiwo.

Also affected is the club’s the goalkeeper trainer Dahiru Ilu.

 

 

The post LMC Calls Off Remo Stars Vs FC Ifeanyiubah Over Food Poisoning Mishap appeared first on Complete Sports Nigeria.

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