NFF appoints new NNL chief operating officer

NFF appoints new NNL chief operating officer
Emmanuel Adesanya

Nigeria Football Federation has appointed Emmanuel Adesanya as the new Chief Operating Officer of Nigeria National League, NNL, the reports.

The NFF confirmed the appointment of Adesanya, taking over from Lawrence Katken, who has done a mandatory 35 years in service.

Adesanya, has put in over 25 years of great service to Nigeria Football and where he has served in various capacity in the federation, he was one time the inaugural secretary of the Nigeria Women League.

He was one time Secretary of the Nigeria Under-20 team the flying Eagles to FIFA World Cup in Holland in 2005, where Nigeria lost to Lionel Messi-led Argentine team in the finals.

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The astute football administrator had successfully handled some department in the NFF among them are Head of Africa Inter Clubs and head Aiteo Cup.

His appointment came at a time when the NNL need a capable hand to turn around the league and make it more vibrant and also lift the second tier of the Nigeria league to an enviable height to change the face and fortune of the Nigeria League for the best.



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