Ex- Super Eagles player Kanu Nwankwo, has charged all the participating clubs in the Nigeria National League NNL to play reasonable in the 2016/17 season which gets in progress this weekend.
“All clubs in the 2nd tier division must strive to play fair as the board is trying to eradicate the win at home at all costs syndrome in the NNL.
“The Nigeria Professional Football League NPFL has worn a new look in recent times and hopefully NNL will do the same.
Speaking to naijafootballplus.com: Kanu thinks the NNL board needs to guarantee an exceptionally wonderful and sorted out the league in the NNL in light of the fact that they have seen the fast improvement accomplished by the League Management Company in the top flight league” ( NPFL).
The 40-year-old ex-football who is proprietor to one of the NNL participating clubs, Papilo FC, laid accentuation on the officiating as he asked the officials to be at their top level inevitably.
He continued: if the Ref doesn’t permit their integrity to be bought, then we are in for good league.
The former Africa best player additionally clarified that if the NNL teams got elevated to the top flight by the righteousness of hard work, then they won’t get relegated after the first season.
He likewise encouraged the enthusiasts and football fans of each team to be aware of creating issue, anarchy or potentially scaring officials to blow in favour of them.
On the off chance that your team plays exceptionally well, they get a decent outcome home and away, but in the event that they don’t merit a point, then so be it.
Kanu concluded, there must be room for the spirit of sportsmanship at all levels of games as the win no matter what syndrome must be killed in Nigerian football”
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