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Nigerian Professional Football League (NPFL)

A delegation from Redstrike, UK, new League Management Company (LMC) business partners is expected to arrive in Nigeria before the start of the 2020/2021 season of the Nigerian Professional Football League (NPFL).

The development points to a busy anticipated schedule, as the LMC is set to announce the appointment of a new Chief Executive Officer (CEO) to replace the Hon. Nduka Irabor, the pioneering CEO who recently resigned.

During the visit, Redstrike UK and its Nigerian office will hold working meetings with participating NPFL clubs, the Nigerian Football Federation (NFF), some relevant government agencies and UK High Commission officials, as well as the community. business.

As part of its program, Redstrike’s technical team will also conduct stadium inspections and television production reviews.

Furthering the visit, LMC President Shehu Dikko said, “During the visit it is expected that the NPFL.tv platform will be formally launched among other projects involved in the LMC -REDSTRIKE partnership. There will also be a presentation to the association’s media ”.

In another development, the LMC revealed that it has concluded the entire process for the appointment of a new CEO who has been hunted to join the LMC executive management team.

This has been done in accordance with the provisions of the LMC governance structure as the new CEO will introduce himself to the NPFL clubs at the next LMC Annual General Meeting (AGM) which is expected to take place before the start of the 2020/2021 season.

The new CEO is expected to join and support the LMC Board in its mandate to further the affairs of the league.

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