Nigeria protest refereeing decisions
Nigeria protest refereeing decisions in Africa Cup of Nations
Posted: 26 January 2013
Time: 05:17 pm
Nigeria have written to CAF to formally protest what officials consider to be unfair refereeing decisions.
The Super Eagles received multiple bookings and one red card in their opening game against Burkina Faso as they drew 1-1.
On Friday, they were again the victims of even more controversial refereeing, as Ogenyi Onazi was penalised with a penalty for what looked an innocuous coming together just outside the box.
On Saturday, the NFF fired of a testy letter to CAF complaining about the treatment of its team and requesting fairer treatment.
Article by: Colin Udoh
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