NNL second stanza: Sporting Supreme storm Yola by air for Adamawa Utd game

Sporting Supreme of Abuja are already in Yola the Adamawa State Capital to keep a date with Adamawa Utd in Match Day 1 of the second stanza of the 2023/2024 NNL League.

The team flew to Adamawa Thursday  morning with MaxAir and have fully settled down in the state more than 24 hours to the commencement of the match  which headlines the second stage of the most important League in the country.

The second tier League will be resuming on Friday, March 1, 2024 following  a two weeks extension of the mid- season transfers break which ended Tuesday , February, 6, 2024 and the Abuja based side is not living anything to chance as they aim at consolidating their position on the League table.

Apart from the Yola game, Kebbi United will also square up against Mailantarki Care FC at the FIFA Goal post pitch in Kebbi State.

Speaking on the early arrival of the team, Chairman of NNL, Mr.George Aluo commended Sporting Supreme for hitting Adamawa on time via air travel, just as he called on other teams to emulate them in making the League one of the best Leagues in the continent.

“I’m highly excited with the management of Sporting Supreme who not only flew the team to Adamawa but ensured they arrived on time so as to have enough time to  prepare for their match and  I want other teams to emulate them.

” It’s equally important I appeal to the teams to play to the rules of the game  and avoid acts capable of giving a bad name to the league which has witnessed tremendous improvement since the present board took charge.

Aluo assured that the successes recorded in the first stanza will be consolidated upon in the second stanza as the board under his watch is keen at ensuring that the second tier League is a huge success and the best teams gain promotion to the elite league.

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