Sunshine Stars duo apologise for 'stripping celebration'

Both players who were given a one match and fined N50, 000 have apologised for their actions on the pitch


Sunshine Stars players Kunle Odunlami and Prince Agrey have apologised for their actions during match day four fixture of the Nigeria Professional Football League.


The celebration earned each of them a one match ban and a N50, 000 fine by the League Management Company (LMC) organisers of the NPFL.

Both stars have however apologised for their actions according to a report on the LMC website.

According to the report, the players sent separate letters of apology to the LMC.

The LMC aslo commended the players for accepting responsibility and admonished them to be of good behaviour going forward.

“The two players have written to accept full responsibility for their bad behaviour and have accordingly apologized to the (NFF), the LMC, our broadcast partners; the owners of the club; the Ondo Government, their employers; the Ondo State Football Agency, Supporters of Sunshine Stars and the general public," Salihu Abubakar, the LMC Chief Operating Officer said in the report.

Despite the apology, Abubakar insist that the players must serve their one match bans and pay the N50, 000 fine.


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