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NNL transfer window opens on Monday

18 March 2014, 11:18Israel Ojoko

Lagos - After nearly two months of mixed fortunes for the clubs participating in the Nigeria National League (NNL), there will be another opportunity for struggling teams to fortify their squad for the greater task ahead as the transfer window will open from Monday, March 24, 2014. 

The league organizers have announced that clubs will have the chance to recruit fresh legs to brighten their chances of escaping relegation or picking one of the four tickets to play in the Nigeria Premier League (NPL) next season.

According to the time table earlier released by NNL at the start of the current league season, the first transfer window will open on Monday, March 24 and close on the midnight of Friday, April 4, 2014.

Meanwhile, Wikki Tourists will try to maintain its hold at the top by beating visiting TEAP Fc this weekend just as Prime Fc will tackle Mountain of Fire Ministries (MFM) in what looks like tough duel by the two South Western clubs chasing the top spot.

But it will be Division B leader, Gabros of Nnewi who will wait until Friday night to discover if it will still be on top above the likes of Prime and Shooting Stars as well as First Bank, Ekiti and Abia Comets. The trio have equal chances to go top.

NNL Week 7 fixtures

Division A

Mighty Jets vs DSS FC

Prisons FC    vs Kogi Utd

FRSC              vs Sokoto Utd

Jigawa          vs Kwara Utd

Tornadoes   vs Ranchers

Wikki T.        vs TEAP FC

Adamawa    vs Spotlight FC

Plateau Utd vs Supreme Court

Division B

Remo Stars vs Unicem Rovers

COD Utd       vs Akwa Starlets

Stationery    vs ABS FC

Go-Round     vs Gabros FC

B.Insurance      vs Ekiti Utd

Prime FC        vs MFM FC

Abia Comets vs 3SC

Gateway Utd vs First Bank

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