Former Nigeria worldwide Edema Fuludu has expressed dismay at sure features of the second-tier Nigerian Nationwide League, Completesportsnigeria.com stories.
Fuludu starred for BCC Lions within the mid-1990s and is now the Vice-Chairman of the Delta State Soccer Affiliation, who oversee two NNL golf equipment Delta Drive and Warri Wolves.
"Effectively there are a number of good gamers and the organisation with sponsorship is getting higher however lots must be performed in areas of safety and among the authorised pitches," former Tremendous Eagles midfielder Fuludu advised Completesportsnigeria.com.
"Additionally a number of the golf equipment nonetheless deal with gamers' welfare with ignominy.
"Golf equipment nonetheless journey distances of greater than 300km to play matches and return similar day, a state of affairs additionally seen within the NPFL."
Fuludu additionally known as for transparency in match officiating.
"There's nonetheless a number of inducements of match officers by membership officers by membership directors," he added.
"The integrity initiative must be expanded to succeed in out and assist on this regard."
There are 13 rounds of matches to be performed within the second tier of the season of the NNL within the Southern and Northern Conferences.
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