NFF : NPFL Is Important Disgrace It And Get Yourself In The Cooler – Gusau Barks

President of the Nigeria Football Federation (NFF), Alhaji Ibrahim Musa Gusau, charges players in the Nigeria Premier Football League (NPFL) to shun partiality, reports.

The NFF said it will no longer handle partiality and biased officiating in the local NPFL.

The President stated this on Wednesday in Abuja when 30 different referees were decorated with their FIFA badges.

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The NFF upbeat NPFL referees will improve in the actions.
NFF President, Alhaji Ibrahim Musa Gusau

What the NFF President said about NPFL referees

According to Gusau, to whom much is given, much more is expected; he stressed that his administration has ensured the league improved indemnities prior to the 2023/2024 season.

“To whom much is given, much is expected.

“We ensured that the NPFL improved indemnities at the beginning of the season, and I have also instructed the General Secretary to start the process of procuring the necessary gadgets for our referees,” Gusau was quoted by football journalist Mike on X

“But anyone caught disgracing the uniform, the refereeing body and by extension Nigeria football, will be thrown into a permanent cooler,” he continued.

“We want to see you people officiating at top continental championships and we will not sit idly by while some incorrigible ones destroy all that vision.”

In another development, Flying Eagles head coach, Isah Ladan Bosso, provides reason why he chose academy players for the upcoming All African Games.

Bosso invited a total of 30 players to the national team’s Abuja camp. It was shocking that only few players from the NPFL made the cut.

Ladan Bosso upbeat Flying Eagles will be ready for FIFA U-20 match
Bosso issuing directives to Flying Eagles players

According to Bosso, many NPFL players with at least two years experience in the Nigerian top-flight were not considered for the ongoing training camp in Abuja because they have questionable ages.

“People have been saying why I called up academy players. I believe that the academy players will give us what we are look ing for better than that of the Nigeria Premier Football League,” Bosso told reporters including Totori News.

“Most of the Premier League players, in most cases no player in the NPFL that has played the Premier League for two years is an U20 player, it’s a capital lie.

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“Out of experience all you need to do, remember the last time we went to Niger, after winning the trophy some few players we just had to do away with them because of one problem or the other.

“The best thing is for us to go for players that have a very clear record, that cannot be suspected.”

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