Lagos - The board and management of the Nigeria National League (NNL) have once again ordered the temporary stoppage of league matches.
This is to give a level playing field to all the participating teams in the competition.
For this reason, the remaining crucial three matches will not be decided until various protest cases filed by different clubs are dispensed by the Nigeria Football Federation (NFF) Disciplinary Committee which has not sat for a long time now following the crises that rocked the football house.
Consequently, the outstanding Week 26 match and also Weeks 29 and 30 season-ending matches respectively will only be played after the cases have been decided to ensure that there will not be issues at the end of the competition.
Already, all the teams have been put on notice by the NNL secretary, Lawrence Katken who assured that the protest cases will be treated by the relevant body within two weeks even as he disclosed that the league was stopped to have a clear picture of the league table and to avoid giving an undue advantage to any club before the final three matches are decided.
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Week 26 fixtures
ADAMAWA UTD VS KWARA UTD
WIKKI TOURISTS FC VS SOKOTO UTD
NIGER TORNADOES FC VS KOGI UTD
JIGAWA G' STARS VS DSS FC
FRSC FC VS MIGHTY JETS FC
SPOTLIGHT FC VS TEAP FC
PLATEAU UTD VS RANCH BEES
PRISONS FC VS SUPREME COURT
ABIA COMETS FC VS GABROS FC
PRIME FC VS ABS FC
BENDEL INSURANCE VS AKWA STARLET
GO-ROUND FC VS UNICEM ROVERS FC
STATIONARY STORES FC VS REMO STARS
3SC VS MFM FC
GATEWAY UTD VS EKITI UTD FCCOD UTD VS FIRST BANK FC
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