The League Management Company (LMC) has announced a three weeks break in the 2014/15 Glo Premier League to commence after the games of Match Day 10 this weekend.
In a circular to the NPFL clubs, Mallam Shehu Dikko, the Chairman of the LMC, said the break period would be used amongst other things to carry out spot checks on clubs’ compliance with the NFF Clubs Certification Regulations and also allow the clubs managers some space to engage meaningfully with the new political leadership in their respective states.
“You may wish to recall that we started the league with blanket provisional waiver to the clubs to allow them comply with all registration requirements before Match Day 9 when a review will be conducted by the LMC,” Dikko said in an LMC release on Tuesday.
“The break period is also a time to revisit club stadium facilities to remedy observed defects as the clubs have so far operated with provisional certificates.”
Dikko said the break had also become necessary to allow the club managers time to “acquaint themselves and engage meaningfully with their respective new governor-owners.”
The league will now resume on June 14 with games of Match Day 11 originally scheduled for Sunday, May 24, 2015.
Clubs, fans and sponsors have been assured that the break will not affect the date on which the final games of the season will be played, which is still November 15 as originally scheduled. However, the midseason break for the second transfer window will now start on July 19 as against the initial July 10. The second round games will commence on August 2 with Match Day 20.How Natural Herbal Remedy Killed Stubborn Staphylococcus, Ecoli And Aureus And Other Infections