New measures have been adopted by the League Management Company to curb the trend that marred last season Glo Premier League.
The 2015 NPFL season was riddled with cases of backlog of unpaid wages by clubs in the topflight; a flagrant breach of the LMC’s Article B 9.45, and while the LMC was ineffective in wielding the hammer it took more diplomatic approach with the erring clubs to the detriment of the affected players.
Report claims that the League Management Company will now resort to a non-sporting sanctions to stop the menace from reoccurring in the new League Season.
Some of the sanctions may include the barring of implicated clubs from signing-on new players, seizure of proceeds from the sale of players and the money used to offset the indebtedness and barring of the club from participating in football competitions organised by the Federation amongst others.