Nigeria League Resumes Next Wednesday, as Refs End Boycott

The Glo Premier League will resume next week Wednesday after the Nigeria Referees Association (NRA) called off its boycott.

The League Management Company confirmed the NRA have decided to resume officiating two weeks after “suspending their services” because of uncertainties in the Nigeria Football Federation.

It says the Wednesday, September 17 resumption date is “now firmed up with all parties”.

Akwa United's Namso Edo Takes a Sublime Free-Kick Against Nasarawa United. Image: LMC.

Akwa United’s Namso Edo Takes a Sublime Free-Kick Against Nasarawa United. Image: LMC.

“The Nigeria Referees Association says it is now ready to work now that the rightful leaders of the NFF have resumed in their office,” the LMC tweeted.

The 2013/14 Nigeria Professional Football League (NPFL) is expected to therefore, continue with its week 26 fixtures in one week’s time.

Defending champions Kano Pillars are top of the standings with 43 points after 25 round of matches.

Glo Premier League Week 26 Matches

Bayelsa vs Nembe
Taraba vs Pillars
Heartland vs Kaduna
Crown vs Nasarawa
Sharks vs Gombe
Lobi vs El Kanemi
Akwa vs Enyimba
Abia Warriors vs Giwa
Rangers vs Dolphins
Wolves vs Sunshine


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