Lagos - The Nigeria National League will not resume this
weekend as referees will be busy officiating matches of the Nigeria Premier
Secretary of NNL Katken Lawrence said the NNL will resume on
September 17, because of its resolve to use premier league referee.
“This is to inform you that the NNL scheduled to recommence
on the 10th of September, 2016 has been postponed to 17th sept. 2016.
“This is due to our resolve to use premier league referees
so as to ensure more credibility to the league at this critical stage.
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“The rescheduled games of the NPFL to 10th Sept. 2016 will
affect availability of enough premier league referees to officiate in all the
“While we regret the inconvenience(s) this postponement
might cause, we wish you all a hitch free Sallah celebration.
In July, Chairman of Katsina United, Aminu Balele Kurfi in a
report on Daily Nigeria News, kicked against alleged plots by some club
chairmen and managers to frustrate the planned resumption of the second stanza
of the league.For
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