Nigeria National League Opens Transfer Window.

Nigeria National League Opens Transfer Window.

Clubs in the Nigeria National league (NNL) are now free to embark on transfer of players and coaches as enshrined in the rule book for the 2021-2022 season.

First stanza matches in Northern conference groups A1 and A2 ,Southern Conference B1 have been concluded with only the first phase of B2 which will enter match day thirteen (13) to be concluded Saturday 23rd and Sunday 24th April,2022 at designated centres.

The mid-season “WINDOW” the Nigeria National League has declared will run for two weeks and five days (19 days), starting from Sunday 24th April to Sunday 12th May,2022.

The Open window will afford the forty six (46) professional teams league formation the once rare chance of perfecting and sealing deals and registration of their players, coaches and officials ahead of the commencement of the second and final half of the NNL season.

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Players who are free agents can be signed by a club during the window transfer season, if they had been properly released by their previous club before the end of the transfer window.

Clubs can request to sign a player on emergency basis, if several goalkeepers are injured at the same time.

Clubs are urged to note the transfer deadline – the day upon which a window closes.

Nigeria National league has fixed the 2nd phase of the league to begin on Friday 13th May,2022 in both the Northern and Southern conferences.

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  • Good development.

    Player wages need to be paid in a timely manner. Genuine young talents have to be groomed in the league. Clubs should now have academies. There should now be a combined NNL and NPFL youth league where academy players (all of whom should definitely be either in secondary school or first two years in higher education) can participate. Our leagues should be professionally marketed and player welfare should be at the forefront.

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