LMC intervenes in clubs’ indebtedness to Emeteole

Posted on Mar 14 2017 - 8:01am by admin

by way of Joe Apu

Respite has at last come the best way of unwell coach Kelechi Emeteole as the League administration Committee’s intervention on two of the three Nigeria professional football League (NPFL) golf equipment indebted to him has remitted the amount which represented his revenue claims.
This was carried out, following reports of indebtedness of the clubs to the tutor as the League administration company (LMC) intervened and made the fee with a purpose to now be deducted from their Annual normal Award.
In a letter conveying the cost to Emeteole via his spouse, Phoebe, LMC Chairman, Shehu Dikko informed the household that the fee was made to their United bank of Africa account and also notified them that the LMC was involved with a gaggle of his former colleagues in the green Eagles based in the united states who are also launching a fundraising marketing campaign. The group is led by using Godwin Odiye.
“I need to formally notify you that following our earlier discussion, … has now been paid into your checking account, the small print of that have been supplied us by means of your wife, Mrs Phoebe Emeteole,” the LMC wrote in the letter signed through Dikko.
He explained that the LMC was once unable to succeed in Heartland as the membership was once on the end of ultimate season relegated from the NPFL.
The LMC in reality made the funds and would deduct the mentioned cash from the two golf equipment when making the payout because of NPFL clubs from sponsorship incomes.
“Please notice that this total sum consists of money being owed through El-Kanemi Warriors and Rangers international. we’ve been restrained in achieving Heartland FC for the similar purpose because the membership is not within the NPFL,” Dikko explained.

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