Management of Kwara Football Academy (KFA) has suspended two of their coaches for allegedly violating the rules and regulations of the institution.
The coaches are former Kwara United defender, Alphonsus Ezimoha and Dipo Abolarin, who are both coaches of the intermediate class of the Academy.
They were alleged to have asked for money from players to guarantee them playing time in training and in matches.
Both coaches just graduated from the CAF C coaching course, organised by the Nigeria Football Federation in Abuja.
Asides the allegation of asking for money from players, they were also accused of involving in activities that is capable of undermining the laid down rules.
Efforts to reach the Administrator of the Academy, Mutiu Adepoju, proved abortive, as he failed to pick the calls put across to him.
In his reaction to the suspension, Alphonsus Ezimoha appealed to the management of the school to give him fair hearing, claiming that the allegations were baseless and a calculated attempt to tarnish his reputations.
He explained that trouble started when one of the players, whom he simply identified as Muiz threatened to leave the school on the basis that he was being asked for money for playing time in matches and in training.
It was scooped that the two coaches were initially queried on the allegations, before they were suspended without being given the opportunity to defend themselves.

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