Nigeria’s Women Premier League Week 10 matches moved for Federation Cup

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The Nigeria Women League Board has announced the postponement of all the Week 10 Premier League matches slated to hold this weekend.

Nigeria Women Football League
Nigeria Women Football League

This according to the Chairperson of the League Board Chief (Mrs.) Dilichukwu Onyedinma is to enable all the
Women League clubs take part in their various States Federation Cup finals.

Mrs. Onyedinma said this is in accordance with the directives from the Nigeria Football Federation that the
State finals of the Federation Cup be played on or before Sunday 4 th May, 2014.

She however, stated that all the Week 10 Nigeria Women Premier League matches would be played on Wednesday
7th May, 2014.

In another development, the League body has announced that all home matches of Adamawa Queens be put on hold.

This they said is to enable them get further directives from the leadership of the Nigeria Football Federation
concerning the Women League clubs playing in Fufure, Adamawa State.

In a release signed by the Board Chairperson, Chief (Mrs.) Dilichukwu Onyedinma, this is based on the resolution of
the Disciplinary Committee of the NFF.

According to her “based on the recent resolution of the Disciplinary Committee of the Nigeria Football Federation,
that the League Body seek advice from the NFF on issues concerning our team not going to Adamawa to play their
league matches, the Board of the Nigeria Women Football League has decided to put on hold all home matches of
Adamawa Queens pending when such advice would come from the leadership of the NFF”.

She said that the NFF Disciplinary Committee had in their sitting last week, advised the League Body to seek advice
from the NFF on the issue.

She said that League Body would have to rely on the advice of the NFF who is parent body vested with the responsibilities of running football in the country.

She commended the clubs for their understanding, and the high level of discipline they have exhibited since the
commencement of the League season.