NNL advocates for same resumption date for second stanza

Posted : 23 January 2024

The forty (40) clubs competing in the Nigeria National League (NNL) 2023–2024 season have been urged to maximize the NNL Open Window to shop for and register new players in keeping with the framework of the league.

 

NNL Chief Operating Officer, Dr. Ayo Abdulrahaman, while thanking clubs in Conferences C and D for their cooperation and smooth completion of the first stanza, said, “Significantly, we expect the clubs to explore the grace of the mid-season window to register new players to beef up their squads as stipulated by the NNL rule book.”

 

Teams in Conference C ended the first round on Sunday, January 21, 2024, while Conference D ended on Saturday, January 6 2024.

 

However, Dr. Abdulrahaman said that the commencement date for the remainder of the season will be announced in due course and that the four conferences (A, B, C, and D) will all have a uniform commencement date after the completion of matches in Conferences A and B in the next two weeks.

 

Conferences A and B have MATCH DAYS 10 and 11, all things being equal, will end their first periods on February 4, 2024. In the meantime, Conference C had fifty-nine (59) goals scored in the first quarter of the season, with three (3) away wins, twelve (12) draws, and twenty home wins.

 

Wikki Tourists of Bauchi top Conference C at the end of 36 rounds of matches in the first half of the season with sixteen (16) points and a plus 10 goals difference, and are followed by El-Kanemi Warriors and Nasarawa United in second and third places with 15 and 14 points, respectively.

 

ABS of Ilorin, anti-graft side EFCC, and Nigeria Air Force (NAF) outfit are in the relegation zone. In Conference D, a total of forty-eight (48) goals were recorded even as we await the final result of the Malumfashi versus Sokoto United matchday seven (7) encounter.

 

Five (5) away wins, five (5) draws, and sixteen (16) home wins Sporting Supreme Football Club of Abuja leads the pack in Conference D with 14 points and a plus-four goal difference, closely followed by Sokoto United with 12 points and Adamawa United with 11 points.

 

Kebbi United, City Football Club of Abuja, and Malumfashi Football of Katsina are in the murky waters of relegation.

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