League Management Company
Some of the clubs in the Nigeria Professional Football League on Thursday in Abuja kicked against the planned resumption of 2017/2018 league season on September 2.
A letter informing the clubs of the decision attributed the suspension of the league to prevailing adverse circumstances in the administration of football in the country
While Seka last won the award in the 2016/17 season, Alimi was the winner for Match Day 16 of the current campaigns.
The News Agency of Nigeria reports that the club’s fans attacked centre referee Yusuf Garba, who they claimed made a number of questionable calls.
The league organising body, in a report on its website, said the decision was an unprecedented application of the Nigeria Professional Football League Framework and Rules
This was because they were reported to have engaged in physical confrontation after their clubs' Match Day 8 fixture in Ilorin, Kwara State
The first stop of the consultations and awareness to the Glass House, the headquarters of Nigeria Football Federation in Abuja, was at the office of the Secretary-General of the NFF, Dr. Mohammed Sanusi, who pledged the support of the…
The Oluyole Warriors are waiting anxiously on the League Management Company to take a decision on the Gombe United/Wikki Tourists Matchday 38 clash in Gombe last Saturday to know their fate in the Nigeria Professional Football League.
Ogbonna, who made the assertion while speaking with the News Agency of Nigeria on Sunday in Umuahia, alleged that the second stanza of the league was characterised by questionable officiating.
Yusuf said this in an interview with the News Agency of Nigeria in Abuja while speaking on ways elevating Nigeria’s football.
The LMC’s spokesperson, Harry Iwuala, said in Lagos that the award was in recognition of the players’ goal for Match Day 29 of the Nigeria Professional Football League.
The LMC called for the postponement via its twitter handle: @LMCNPFL