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ABS FC Storms Abuja For Maximum Point Against FRSC

15 August 2015, 16:01

Abuja - ABS FC of Ilorin will on Sunday be a guest to FRSC Football club of Abuja, at the Area 3 playing ground Garki Abuja, in the week 12 fixture of the Nigeria National League (NNL).

Under the new chairmanship of Mr Seni Saraki, the former NPL giant killers will entertain Abuja fans, with their digital style of play that earned them the nickname 'Arsenal of Nigeria League'.

The Saraki Boys who are second on the NNL group A2 table with 15 points will aim for total victory to brighten their chances of promotion to the NPFL where they once played in. 

The Club's new boss and son of Nigeria's Senate president Mr Seni Saraki has given a marching order to the Ilorin young lads to go all out and secure the maximum points in Abuja.

Reports say the Nigeria National League have deployed match assessors and monitors to observe the match in Abuja and other matches across all the centres as the league moves into the crucial stage.

NNL boss High chief Emeka Inyama confirmed the deployment of Assessors and monitors in the Abuja match and other centre's, while speaking on a live television programme on channels television on Friday.

He said the issue of officiating becomes more crucial at this stage of the League, hence the deployment of assessors and Monitors.

- News24


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