Nationwide League management urges clubs to register players, officials online

By Daily Sports on February 5, 2016

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The management of the Nationwide League One (NLO) has urged clubs that have registered with it for the 2016 season to start submitting players and officials’ data through its online registration domain.

Mr. Shola Ogunnowo, the executive secretary of the third tier league, said the domain for the online registration has been created by the secretariat. He advised registered clubs for the 2016 season to visit the league website: nigerianationwideleague.com and commence their players and officials’ registration immediately.

Ogunnowo further stated that any club that finds difficulty in registering should contact the secretariat for immediate assistance.

According to him, “The online registration will enable the league and other football agencies of Nigeria football to have data of players in the Nationwide League One and at the same time the portal will automatically generate players identification number to enable us track players in the league including their movement to other clubs.”

However, the clubs has until February 19 to register its players to enable the 2016 league season kicks off as planned.

Source Daily Sports

Posted February 5, 2016

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