The Nigeria Professional Football League will resume on Wednesday, 17 September 2014, after the break caused by the leadership crisis in the Nigeria Football Federation and the strike action embarked by the Nigeria Referees Association which has been called off.
League matches across the country are expected to be played at least twice a week in a bid to ensure that the 2013/2014 season is completed on time after the crises-induced recess.
With pressure to produce good results, the long, daunting and risky road trips to be embarked on by the clubs who do not travel by air for league games in Nigeria, what are your expectations from the remaining games in the Nigerian Premier League?
Do you think the players will be able to deliver the expectations of their fans, club management and the media with the congested fixtures to be played?
What are your general observations from the first stanza of the league?
What areas do you suggest that the League Management Company (LMC) should focus on to improve the standard of the Nigerian Premier League and the lower football divisions?
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