Mar 24, 2009, 6:00 AM
Gunjur Youth and Sports Development Association (GYSDA) has slammed an indefinite ban on Demba Cham Kanja preventing him from going to the Gunjur Nyamina football field, after he threatened the central referee of the recent crunch clash between Solifo Investment FC and Nyokoyorr FC.
Kanja threatened the central referee when his side Solifo Investment FC was down to 2-0 in the 47th minute of the game, a tricky tie between them and Nyokoyorr FC, prompting the central referee to call off the game.
Solifo Investment FC were eventually penalised for causing dispute and bringing the game to an abrupt end, by GYSDA who wasted no time to award victory to Nyokoyorr FC.
In a similar development, GYSDA has also banned Manchester United FC’s Yusupha Touray, alias Bunny, from going to Gunjur Nyamina Football Field, backed by a fine of D1,000, for tearing Gunjur Nyamina Football Field goal net into pieces following his side’s 2-1 defeat to Alex Sanchaba FC in the 2013-2014 Nawettan qualifiers a fortnight ago.
GYSDA said they would not entertain any indiscipline and unruly behaviour in the upcoming Gunjur Nawettan season and therefore advised the teams, players and fans to maintain discipline and tolerance at the field during Nawettan matches in order to avoid fines and suspensions.