Lagos - The management of the Nigerian National League (NNL) has warned that clubs that are yet to complete their registration formalities with few days to the May 2, 2015 kick-off date will be stopped from participating in the competition.
This warning came from the Executive Secretary of the NNL, Lawrence Katken who has said that the management will no longer tolerate late registration, pointing out that the delay by some participating clubs to complete their registration formalities even with the late commencement of the league leaves much to be desired.
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“I want to appeal to the defaulting clubs to use the two weeks postponement of the league to put their papers in order. We cannot allow clubs that fail to register to be part of the league even when such club or clubs have been drawn in a group.”
Katken therefore urged the clubs to do the needful or have themselves to blame when the hammer will fall on May 2, 2015.
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