The resumption date of the Nigeria Professional Football League has been moved, the Club Owners’ Association have announced.
The NPFL, which has been on break because of the 2018 World Cup in Russia, was expected to resume this Wednesday with Match Day 25 fixtures across nine centres.
In a statement released by its executive secretary, Alloy Chukwuemeka, the club owners stated that they took the decision as a result of some unresolved issues among the football stakeholders and revealed that a new date will be communicated by the League Management Company (LMC).
“I am directed to bring to the notice of all members and clubs that the resumption date of the 2017/2018 season earlier scheduled for Wednesday 18thJuly 2018 has be put on hold.
“Consequently, the league resumption date has been postponed indefinitely until further notice.
“This postponement is as a result of some unresolved issues amongst the stakeholders within the football circle.
“Meanwhile, a new date will be communicated by the LMC.
“Thank you for your understanding of the situation as we regret the inconveniences it has caused you,” the statement read.