塞拉利昂足協調查第二級比賽中95-0和91-1的獲勝情況

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塞拉利昂足協調查第二級比賽中95-0和91-1的獲勝情況

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塞拉利昂足球協會(SLFA)正在調查兩場比賽的結果,這兩場比賽共產生了187個令人難以置信的進球。

Kahunla以95-0的比分擊敗了Lumbebu United,海灣俱樂部以91-1的比分擊敗了Koquima Lebanon,這是塞拉利昂足球歷史上最大的兩場勝利。

然而,半場比分分別為2-0和7-1,由於涉嫌操縱比賽,這兩場比賽的結果都被宣布無效。

"塞拉利昂足協主席托馬斯-迪-布里馬告訴BBC非洲體育頻道:"我們不能眼睜睜地看着這樣一個尷尬的局面不受懲罰。

"我們將立即展開調查,將所有對這種平庸行為負責的人繩之以法。

"所有被認定有罪的人都將按照SLFA的法律進行處理,也將被移交給該國的反腐敗委員會。"

Kahunla Rangers的首席執行官 "強烈譴責不符合體育道德的行為",Lumbebu的總經理說他 "不知道有任何操縱比賽的行為"。

同時,科奎馬黎巴嫩隊的主席聲稱涉及其球隊的比賽實際上是一場友誼賽,海灣俱樂部的官員拒絕發表評論。

南非足協表示,它將調查所有四個涉案俱樂部的球員和官員、指定的比賽官員和東部地區足球協會。

該組織補充說,它對西非國家的比賽操縱行為 "保持零容忍",以遵守世界管理機構FIFA和非洲足球聯合會(Caf)的規則。

Kahunla和Gulf FC在最後一輪比賽中的積分相同,並且正在爭奪東部地區在全國超級10聯賽中的剩餘位置,該聯賽是英超聯賽的最後資格賽階段。

兩場比賽同時進行,海灣隊比賽的裁判拒絕擔任下半場的裁判,隨後被替換。

在下半場比賽中,情況發生了戲劇性的變化,很明顯,進球數更多的球隊將晉級--卡洪拉淨勝93球,海灣隊進球84次。

Kahunla的首席執行官Eric Kaitell在社交媒體上譴責了他的球隊和其他三個相關方。

"我想首先為我的俱樂部Kahunla Rangers的奇特比賽結果向全國乃至全世界的足球迷道歉,"Kaitell說。

"我想堅定地指出,我強烈譴責我的球隊以及其他相關球隊表現出的這種不符合體育道德的行為。

"我正在成立一個委員會,調查整個團隊,包括技術人員和執行成員,無論誰被發現,都將受到相應的處理。"

我永遠不會成為操縱比賽的一部分

倫布的總經理穆罕默德-揚-薩伊德-賈洛赫在其球隊實職教練缺席的情況下代為執教這場比賽。

他的球隊在95-0的失敗中也有三人被罰下,他抗議自己的清白。

"賈洛赫告訴BBC非洲體育:"我不知道有任何操縱比賽的行為,但不能為其他人作證。

"我們在下半場丟了很多球。我感到很沮喪,在某些時候甚至憤怒地離開了邊線。事後我沒有集中精力,所以我甚至不能說我們總共丟了多少個球。

"我永遠不會成為操縱比賽的一部分。

"我呼籲足球當局調查這兩場比賽,並將發現的任何人繩之以法。如果沒有人被發現犯有任何罪行,那就這樣吧。"

科奎馬黎巴嫩隊的主席聲稱,對海灣俱樂部的比賽結果來自於一場友誼賽,他還對91比1的比分提出異議。

穆罕默德-蘭菲亞-通卡拉說,他的球員和俱樂部官員告訴他,兩家俱樂部之間的聯賽實際上並沒有發生過。

相反,這是一場 "社區球員,包括一些Koquima球員 "之間的交鋒,是為了 "招待那些買票來見證他們與海灣俱樂部比賽的球迷"。


Last updated on .From the section Sport Africa

The Sierra Leone Football Association (SLFA) is investigating the outcome of two matches that produced an unbelievable total of 187 goals.

Kahunla walloped Lumbebu United 95-0, and Gulf FC thrashed Koquima Lebanon 91-1, providing the two biggest victories recorded in the history of Sierra Leonean football.

However, the half-time scores were just 2-0 and 7-1 respectively, and both results have been annulled because of suspicion of match manipulation.

"We can't stand by and see an embarrassing situation like this go unpunished," SLFA president Thomas Daddy Brima told BBC Sport Africa.

"We're going to launch an immediate investigation and bring to book all those responsible for this mediocrity.

"All those found guilty will be dealt with in accordance with the SLFA laws, and will also be handed over to the country's anti-corruption commission."

The chief executive of Kahunla Rangers "strongly condemned unsportsmanlike behaviour" and Lumbebu's general manager said he was "not aware of any match manipulation".

Meanwhile, the chairman of Koquima Lebanon claimed the match involving his side was actually a friendly and officials from Gulf FC declined to comment.

The SLFA said it would investigate players and officials from all four clubs involved, designated match officials and the Eastern Region Football Association.

The organisation added it "maintains zero tolerance" against match manipulation in the West African country, in compliance with the rules of world governing body Fifa and the Confederation of African Football (Caf).

Both Kahunla and Gulf FC had the same number of points going to their final round of matches and were fighting for Eastern Region's remaining place in the national Super 10 League, which serves as the final qualifying phase for the Premier League.

The two games took place simultaneously and the referee of Gulf's match refused to officiate the second half, and was subsequently replaced.

Things took a dramatic turn over the course of the second halves when it became clear that the team with the better goal difference would go through - with Kahunla netting 93 goals and Gulf scoring 84 times.

The chief executive officer of Kahunla, Eric Kaitell, condemned his team and other three sides involved on social media.

"I want to start by apologising to the football fans in the country and the world at large for the odd match result of my club Kahunla Rangers," Kaitell said.

"I want to state firmly that I strongly condemn such unsportsmanlike behaviour displayed by my team, and the other teams involved.

"I'm setting up a committee to investigate the whole team including the technical staff and the executive members, and whoever is found wanting will be dealt with accordingly."

'I'll never be part of match fixing'

The general manager of Lumbebu, Mohamed Jan Saeid Jalloh, stood in as coach for his team for the match in the absence of their substantive coach.

His side also had three men sent off in their 95-0 defeat, and he protested his innocence.

"I'm not aware of any match manipulation but can't vouch for others," Jalloh told BBC Sport Africa.

"We conceded lots of goals in the second half. I was frustrated and at some point even left the touchline in anger. I wasn't concentrating afterwards, so I can't even tell how many goals we conceded in all.

"I'll never be part of match fixing.

"I'm calling on the football authorities to investigate both matches and bring to book anyone found wanting. And if nobody is found guilty of any crime then so be it."

The chairman of Koquima Lebanon claimed the result against Gulf FC was from a friendly game, and he also disputed the 91-1 scoreline.

Mohamed Lanfia Tunkara said he had been told by his players and club officials that the league match between the two clubs did not actually take place.

Instead, it was an encounter between "players in the community, including some Koquima players" which was held to "entertain fans who had bought tickets to witness their match with Gulf FC".

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