Organisers Salute Ikeja Divisional Football League

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The organizers of the ongoing 2020/2021 Ikeja Divisional Football Association League have expressed satisfaction that the first round of the league has recorded tremendous success in area of officiating, standard of play by the participating teams and discovery of new players.
The second round of the League has been tentatively scheduled to restart on Saturday 24th April, 2021 at the various designated centres.
Chairman of the Ikeja Divisional Football Association, IKFA, Evangelist Taiwo Alagbe Rafiu, has commended the participating teams and all stakeholders who contributed one way or the other to make the first round a hug success.
He however urged the participants to continue play the game with spirit of sportsmanship so that there is no room for complains before, during and after the league from the both teams when the second stanza begins.
He also urged the media houses to give attention to grassroots football noting that there are talented grassroots players who need media publicity that would attract football scout, agents and national league coaches to monitor the league.
Secretary of the association, Alaba Olaniyi confirmed that there would be a stakeholders’ meeting/parley with the management of all the participating clubs and representatives of match officials on Friday 16th April, 2021 at the Sport Hall, Agege Stadium Complex,Agege by 10:00am prompt
Olaniyi said the meeting was necessary for the participants to discuss and review the events of the first round matches with a view to suggest, advice or give modalities on how to improve the league better and also preview the second round games.
According to him each club shall be represented at the meeting/parley by the Club Chairman/Team Manager and the clubs’ Chief Coach while members of the Lagos State Football Association (LSFA) will be the special guests at the meeting.

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