NPFL Boss Elegbeleye Calls For Best Practices As Season Hits Concluding Stage

Chairman of the Nigeria Premier Football League, Gbenga Elegbeleye has called on the clubs and match referees to stay true to the spirit and letters of football rules.

Elegbeleye, who commended the clubs for improved performances of their players as reflected in the quality of play and competitiveness of the matches, urged them to keep the league free of bad blood on and off the field.

“We have had a fairly great season with improvements in quality of play and standard of the teams. It is important that we complete the last six games devoid of controversy and unnecessary disputes capable of ridiculing the game in the eyes of the football World”, he told

Elegbeleye, who is also the 2nd Vice President of the Nigeria Football Federation (NFF), warned referees against incompetence and bias in officiating matches.

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