Club Owners condole NRA, Edo council on Late Referee Amadin Iroro

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The Association of Nigeria Premier League Club Chairmen and Managers ( Club Owners) have sent a condolence message to the Nigeria Referees Association NRA and the Edo state Referees council on the sudden death of one of their members Late Mr Andrew Amadin Iroro who died recently in Benin.

A statement by the Club Owners Association jointly signed by the Ag chairman Barr. Isaac Danladi and the Acting Secretary Alloy Chukwuemeka described the death of Ref Iroro as a big loss to the football family.

The statement further described the late Iroro as one of the finest Referees in the country who rose to became a FIFA badged Referee in his days and was adjudged by many as an honest and easy going person who contributed in developing and encouraged younger Referees.

Club Owners therefore sympathize with the Leadership of NRA, Edo state Referees council, his family and friends and prayed God to grant them the fortitude to bear the loss and may his soul rest in Peace.

Meanwhile the club owners have sent a delegation to attend the burial ceremony of its ex vice chairman late Dr Ayo Bello billed for Friday August 15th in Ilorin.

The delegation is to be led by the General Manager of Crown football club Mr Fatai Olayinka, alongside the Ag, Secretary of the Association Mr Alloy chukwuemeka and others.