Alex Ngonga, a striker for Nkana, has been temporarily suspended by THE Football Association of Zambia (FAZ) for misbehavior and aggressive behavior.
N’gonga’s ban will continue, according to FAZ General Secretary Adrian Kashala, until the disciplinary process was completed.
After being replaced in Nkana’s 1-0 loss to Power Dynamos, Ng’onga tore his shirt and kicked a SuperSport microphone in full view of the cameras and spectators.
“We have received an official complaint from the Zambia Premier League about the misconduct, offensive behaviour and bringing the name of the game into disrepute by your player Alex Ng’onga who after been substituted tore his jersey and kicked the microphone for SuperSport,” says FAZ General Secretary Adrain Kashala in his letter to Nkana Football Club.
Kashala says Ng’onga’s actions are violations of Articles 48, 53 and 57 of the FAZ Disciplinary Code.
“Due to the gravity of the matter, the secretariate is invoking Article 53 (4) and the player will be suspended from participating in any FAZ organized game until the matter is concluded by the Disciplinary Committee,” says Kashala.
On Saturday, Power Dynamos from across the street defeated Nkana 1-0.
Sydney Mungala, the FAZ Communications Manager, said this in a press release.