Maigari Charges Administrators
Posted: Jul 04, 2012
President of the Nigeria Football Federation, Alhaji Aminu Maigari, on Tuesday in Abuja challenged football administrators and managers in the country to learn and apply themselves to new methods, tactics and strategies of administration in the interest of rapid development of the Nigerian game.
Speaking at the opening ceremony of the FIFA WIAWA Administration and Management Course, at the NICON Luxury Hotel, Abuja, Maigari also pledged that his administration will continue to pursue, doggedly, the cause of improving Nigeria football at all levels, whether in the areas of coaching, refereeing, administration or welfare of players and officials.
“The actualization of this programme is derived from the determination of the present NFF administration to positively affect all areas of the Nigeria game, and to enact new standards that would, sooner rather than later, take Nigeria football to higher heights in the game’s firmament.
“This high-level course is not a picnic. It has been designed for our football administrators and managers to gain tremendously from classroom and practical sessions, and go back to their respective bases to impact positively on how things are run.”
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