The president of the Nigeria football federation has laud the league management for the recent improvement in domestic league in Nigeria.
He however called for improvement in various leagues in the country, in a meeting, which had in attendance the chairman of League Management Company (LMC), Shehu Dikko; CEO of NNL, Senator Obinna Ogba; president, Nigeria Referees Association (NRA), Otunba Tade Azeez; NFF general secretary, Dr Mohammed Sanusi and other chieftains in Nigeria’s football deliberated on niggling issues around the League particularly welfare of officials and resolved to tackle matters head-on in the interest of the domestic game.
He express his enlightenment on the recent project (NPFL.TV) which set to be a main stay in the NPFL.
“We are all impressed with the matches being on television and the special app (NPFL.TV) and have enjoyed the quality of production which compares to the very best anywhere.
However, it is time to look critically at certain niggling factors and ensure we tackle them decisively in order not to erode the gains we have been able to make.
“We must keep at what we are doing, maintain the standard and even strive for improvement where possible, and we can be sure that we will reap the gains in the coming seasons,” Pinnick said.
He then issue warning to the officials not to disrupt the process due to bad officiating.