Sunderland, World 11 suspended in Gunjur

Tuesday, November 24, 2015
Sunderland FC and World Eleven FC were each handed a one-year suspension in the annual Gunjur Nawettan after failing to settle their fines on time, according to the Gunjur Sports Committee.

The Black Cats and Global Eleven were fined for their misconduct during the 2015 Gunjur Nawettan season.

Sunderland FC were fined D3,000 for misconduct after their penalty shootout defeat to Red Stars FC in the 2015 Gunjur knockout first round game, played at the Gunjur Nyamina football field.

World Eleven were also fined D3,000 for misconduct after their 1-0 defeat to the 2015 Gunjurknockout champions, Passamai, in the semifinals game played at the Gunjur Nyamina football field.

Sunderland FC and World Eleven were given ample time to settle their fines, but failed to meet the deadline and as a result both sides were handed a one-year suspension for their actions in the 2015 Nawettan season.

Sunderland FC and World Eleven FC now joined Santos FC, who were banned for two years in the annual Gunjur summer biggest football fiesta, with a fined of D3000.Santos was banned following their misconduct after a 2-1 defeat in the hands of Red Stars in the 2015 Gunjur knockout semifinals, played at the Gunjur Nyamina football field.

Author: Lamin Darboe
Source: Picture: Former Gunjur league champions Santos FC banned for two years for misconduct