Why NNL Suspends Final Games Indefinitely
By Our Reporter
The Nigeria National League (NNL) has explained why they took deliberate step to place the season’s final round of matches in groups A2 and B1 on hold.
According to a statement by the league body, the last games were postponed to a yet to be decided date to enable the determination of the case between Malumfashi FC and Kogi United FC in group A2 and Go-Round versus 3SC of Ibadan by the Nigeria Football Federation Organizing and Disciplinary Committee (O&D).
NNL Chief Operating Officer, Emmanuel Adesanya said it is imperative to dispense with such matters in order to end the season on a just ground, given the very keen competition by clubs to gain promotion and avoid relegation.
In the meantime, outstanding games in groups A1 between NAF and EFCC earlier fixed for Friday 23rd will now be played on Saturday 24 July, 2021.
Matches in group B2 have equally been rescheduled accordingly and final games in the groups as well will only be played when the remainders are done with.