NPFL Concluding In China Is Fake News – Dikko

By Daily Sports on May 8, 2020

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The League Management Company have urged followers and fans of the Nigeria Professional Football League (NPFL) to disregard fake news that suggested that the suspended 2019/20 season would be concluded in China.

The report claimed that Chairman of League Management Company (LMC), Shehu Dikko disclosed the decision to a Lagos-based Radio Station.

But Dikko said he could not have said so after a recent online meeting of the LMC and Chairmen of the 20 NPFL Clubs which agreed on possible options to conclude the season.

“Why would I suggest that we will conclude the season in China with all the logistics nightmare and attendant cost this would entail”, began Dikko in reaction to the story and declared, “this is an absurd attempt at fake news”.

The issue of making a decision on the suspended league has been a major discussion after the May fifth deadline that the Confederation of African Football gave to its affiliate members to present their plans of finalizing the current 2019/2020 season.

According to CAF, the action plan will enable them to establish an organisation plan for the inter clubs competitions. (Channels TV)

•PHOTO: Shehu Dikko 

 

Source Daily Sports

Posted May 8, 2020


 

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