Scribe of the National Association of Nigerian Professional Footballers Association Austin Popo has expressed delight in the success of the push for the implementation of the club licensing regulations ahead of the return of league football in Nigeria next season.
The players union executive speaking in a chat with www.brila.net said the expected implementation of the proposal following a directive from the Ministry of Youths and Sports mandating the NFF on the need for clubs within the league to adhere strictly to the licensing regulations is a huge boost to Nigerian league football and players in general.
“We are glad, we are elated one thing we must realize is that the foundation of good football actually rests on two major stakeholders in the football industry talking about the clubs and the players. In Labour, you can consider them as employers and employees. We are not playing an isolated football, it is a global game, with a global rule been governed by a global body so there is nothing strange that we are trying to do now that has not always been there.”
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