The new executive board of the Nigeria Football Federation (NFF), has reiterated its resolve to effect positive changes in the nation’s football despite obvious challenges it is facing at the moment.
President of the NFF, Amaju Melvin Pinnick who gave the assurance ahead of this week’s meeting of the Executive Committee scheduled for Lagos, said his executive team will always consider well articulated proposals that would be diligently implemented to lead Nigeria football to greater heights
“There are a lot of things that we want to do, and which we hope to seal at the meeting in Lagos. There is urgent need to buoy the domestic League, give it credibility and implement those measures that will bring back the glory days,” he stressed.
“We also must think of how best to prepare the national teams for competitions, while also looking intensely at developmental programmes that will assure the future of our football. We must look at the way and manner we employ coaches into the national teams; everything should be appropriately documented in order that we avoid litigations and situations of trainers being unhappy while doing their job. There must be a lot of professionalism in all these,” the NFF boss explained. -SunNews