As pressure mounts on the performance of Nigeria’s Super Eagles in recent times, the Executive Committee of the Nigeria Football Federation, NFF has enjoined stakeholders to lend their support to enable the country’s senior National team pick 2018 World Cup.
The Nation’s football body rising from their board meeting in Abuja, the NFF Committee equally received reports from ad-hoc committees put in place to compose governance structures for the Nigeria National League, Nigeria Women Football League and Nationwide League One, and directed that all efforts must be made by the different Leagues to start their seasons as soon as possible.
In a communiqué issued the end of their meeting which succeeded their parley with Minister of Sports and Youth Development on Tuesday also revealed “ In view of the fact that Enyimba Football Club of Aba is the only Nigerian club remaining in the hunt for continental glory this year, the Executive Committee resolved to give the team all necessary support to qualify for the group stage of the CAF Champions League.
“Committee also called on philanthropic Nigerians who are inclined to support football to give the team every support possible, and charged football fans in Port Harcourt and environs to be at the Adokiye Amiesieamaka Stadium on Sunday to cheer the team to victory, against Etoile du Sahel of Tunisia.
“Executive Committee praised the League Management Company for the excellent work it has been doing to improve the Nigeria Professional Football League in totality and project Nigeria football positively.
“Committee agreed that all the six geo-political zones of the Federation should conclude their U-13 and U-15 competitions before the end of April 2016, so that the National Finals of the ZENITH Bank Future Eagles Championship can hold in Lagos in May 2016.
“The Committee unanimously expressed unflinching loyalty to, and absolute confidence in, the leadership of Mr. Amaju Melvin Pinnick, and reiterated that the Board remains one indivisible unit.”

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