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PostPosted: Mon Sep 04, 2017 5:33 pm 
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Watching Rangers v Enyimba on live TV.
A supposed showpiece NPFL game.

What a snorefest...

Ref was as incompetent as a drunken sailor.

3 stone wall penalties not given (1 for Enyimba; 2 for Rangers)
1 justified PK for Enyimba's opener
Then a phantom PK for Rangers equaliser...

Final score 1-1.

LMC must be more strict with refs.
They're ruining the NPFL brand .


I concur with you. It's a shame that 15 penalties were awarded this weekend alone. In almost every centre, there was a penalty. Kastina United had 3 at home to beat Remo United, which is already relegated. Only heaven knows how many
penalties will be given next week as the relegation and title battles are still on. With the looks of things, 3Sc does not have its destiny in its hand again. I am still hoping that we will survive "the drop" this year.



Sunshine had 2 penalties awarded within the first 10 minutes, and scored one.
Kastina had 3 penalties and scored 2 out of it.....
Kano Pillars had 1 and missed it
Enyimba had 1 and scored it
Lobi had 1 and scored
Rivers United had 2 and scored
Wikki Tourists had 1 and scored to beat Plat United
ABS equalized against Abia via penalty and went on to win by 2goals to-1
Rangers equalized against Enyimba via penalty in the 89th minutes and final score 1-1
3Sc beat Akwa united 1 nil (goal scored via penalty)

The question for me is: how many of these penalties were legitimate ones and how many were manufactured?
Rangers pen was manufactured and it was very poor from the Ref. From your analysis it was 14 PKs, are u missing 1?


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PostPosted: Mon Sep 04, 2017 6:12 pm 
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Closer and closer: Job done in Enugu

The blog had been on a sabbatical and not even the 4-0 trashing of Wikki Toruists that leveled us points and goals difference with Akwa United could get us back blogging. But yesterday's turn of events really had us back and up on the blog. We got the draw in Enugu. While Shooting Stars did their own bit in Ibadan, getting the points that kept them ultimately safe.

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http://www.thatenyimbafan.com/2017/09/0 ... one-enugu/

Not quite. The key games for you are:
Niger Tornadoes (51pts) Vs Shooting (50pts)
Gombe (43pts) Vs Wikki (50pts)
Wilki are playing at already relegated neighbours Gombe. What are the chances that they will not win? Means that Shooting must win at fellow relegation strugglers Tornadoes. See why it is still not done and dusted for Shooting?


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PostPosted: Tue Sep 05, 2017 2:04 am 
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folem wrote:
Rangers pen was manufactured and it was very poor from the Ref. From your analysis it was 14 PKs, are u missing 1?

Actually, if the ref had been in "good" form...
Rangers should have been awarded at least one (possibly two) other clear-cut PK.

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PostPosted: Fri Sep 08, 2017 2:56 pm 
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Penalties galore.... Referees son hammer......more to come this weekend


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Today is the final day. From the table, two teams out of nos 11 - 18 will join Gombe and Remo. Sunshine and Wikki have 'derbies' against already relegated teams and should win, essentially leaving 2 out of 6 to go down. Most competitive will be Abia vs Rivers and Tornadoes vs Shooting who are all battling to avoid relegation. Plateau United will likely collect the cup from the great Enugu Rangers today in Jos in the battle of champions (current vs potential new).
It promises to be a day of fun, excitement and dejection.


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PostPosted: Sat Sep 09, 2017 12:23 pm 
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ukwala wrote:
Today is the final day. From the table, two teams out of nos 11 - 18 will join Gombe and Remo. Sunshine and Wikki have 'derbies' against already relegated teams and should win, essentially leaving 2 out of 6 to go down. Most competitive will be Abia vs Rivers and Tornadoes vs Shooting who are all battling to avoid relegation. Plateau United will likely collect the cup from the great Enugu Rangers today in Jos in the battle of champions (current vs potential new).
It promises to be a day of fun, excitement and dejection.


Ukwala

3sc and Katsina have already booked the tickets to join Reno and Gombe.

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Enugu II wrote:
ukwala wrote:
Today is the final day. From the table, two teams out of nos 11 - 18 will join Gombe and Remo. Sunshine and Wikki have 'derbies' against already relegated teams and should win, essentially leaving 2 out of 6 to go down. Most competitive will be Abia vs Rivers and Tornadoes vs Shooting who are all battling to avoid relegation. Plateau United will likely collect the cup from the great Enugu Rangers today in Jos in the battle of champions (current vs potential new).
It promises to be a day of fun, excitement and dejection.


Ukwala

3sc and Katsina have already booked the tickets to join Reno and Gombe.

EII, I was careful not to say it so as not to hurt my friend Toxic but it is looking very likely.


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PostPosted: Sat Sep 09, 2017 6:36 pm 
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Location: Nembe Creek...Oil Exploration. If you call am bunkering na you sabi.
I hear say Sootin don go down yet again.

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I hear say Sootin don go down yet again.

Yep! 3SC is headed back to the familiar grounds of the second-tier NNL... :shock:

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Well, the natural order has been restored in the NPFL. Shooting Stars are back where they belong. Up Rangers :!: :!: :!:


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What is so sweet in the 2nd tier that sooting can't seem to get enough of?

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PostPosted: Mon Sep 11, 2017 7:22 am 
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ukwala wrote:

Sooting rele oh...ile lo lo tarara! They love their div2, ever since their firsr romance with that division in 85,they cannot let her go, always going back to ravish and delight themselves with the division.
A big team being managed like a football academy

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Sooting at their level


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Shooting not yet officially relegated. The suspicion of match fixing in #GOMWIK needs to be investigated esp for Wiki without an away win all season IIRC

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Only mandatory televising of all NPL games will improve the standard of refereeing (and crowd behaviour).


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Some progress. I don't mind paying money for a package deal if I can get at least 5 top games a week in HD and highlights. I am tired of super sports not doing enough to cover the league.

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A broadcast production agreement was on Thursday in Abuja signed by the League Management Company (LMC) and the Nigeria Television Authority (NTA) for production of matches of the Nigeria Professional Football League (NPFL).

The papers according to an official statement on LMC's official website were signed by the LMC Chairman Shehu Dikko and Mallam Yakubu Ibn Muhammed, the Director General of NTA.

An official statement jointly signed by the heads of the two organizations indicate that the LMC and NTA would be setting up a private sector driven company to manage the business of the broadcast production.



According to the statement, “the company which shall be operated as a private, commercial venture will leverage its operations on the huge infrastructure, technical and human capacity and equipment of NTA spread across the country. The equipment includes very high grade eight Outside Broadcast (OB) Vans specially designed for football and sports coverage, which had been acquired by the Federal Government at huge cost.”

It marks a new vista in the management of broadcast content in the annals of professional football league in the country as hitherto; broadcast right holders have also produced the games. However, in the new dispensation, the LMC treading the path of some European football leagues such as the English Premier League and Spanish LaLiga, is aiming to control the production and distribution of broadcast content across all media including live streaming, terrestrial and cable platforms.

This landmark venture has been facilitated and strongly supported by the Federal Government of Nigeria represented by the Honourable Minister of Information and Culture, Alhaji Lai Mohammed. It is a culmination of strategic engagement initiated by LMC officials with the Minister of Information and Culture seeking to deploy the vast equipment procured by the Federal Government on behalf of NTA for past FIFA tournaments hosted by Nigeria. NTA also enjoys a robust network spread in the country with stations in every state capital and which the LMC hopes to leverage on to take the NPFL to the homes of millions of Nigerians in cities and rural communities.

Dikko, at the ceremony, explained that LMC will towards meeting modern broadcast standards, assist NTA to upgrade the OB Van equipment to ensure that contents produced will be globally competitive.

“The operation of the company, as envisaged will rely on the services of international technical partners and domestic expertise to provide the much needed vehicle for the production of high quality programmes and events for broadcast in the sports and entertainment industries. This model is in keeping with proven international best practices in sports content production, distribution and broadcast,” the two organizations declared in their joint statement.

Continuing, they gave an assurance that “as from next season of the NPFL, Nigerians are, therefore, assured of the enjoyment of high quality football matches to be produced by the independent media services company for distribution, sales and broadcast across all media platforms on a domestic and global basis.

Dikko noted that the production company will serve national objectives as it is not be restricted to just football or sports production but such other industries like entertainment and cultural, political and business events in general.

“All over the world, countries develop because they have a standard production broadcast company with capacity to serve not just the sporting industry but also the entertainment industry. We are delighted that the Federal Government, through the Ministry of Information, has backed this project and we look further to other fantastic partnerships,” the LMC Chairman concluded.

"For us, this is just another step for NTA to stamp its authority as the biggest broadcast network in Africa. We have the widest reach and sports, especially football is a big industry, and we are happy to be in partnership with the LMC and NFF,” Muhammed said.

Also in attendance at the event which held inside the Conference Hall of NTA were the General Secretary of the NFF, Dr Sanusi Mohammed, Director-General of the NTA, Chief Operating Officer of the LMC, Mallam Salihu Abubakar, Samson Ebomhe, Legal Adviser to LMC and other top management staff of the NTA.


http://fcnaija.com/lmc-nta-sign-npfl-br ... -agreement

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PostPosted: Wed Sep 13, 2017 12:42 pm 
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When will we find out which teams have been promoted ?


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Lou The Blue wrote:
When will we find out which teams have been promoted ?

Southern Conf - Heartland, Bayelsa Utd
Northern Conf - Katsina Utd, Jigawa Stars

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PostPosted: Wed Sep 13, 2017 1:12 pm 
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Gotti wrote:
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When will we find out which teams have been promoted ?

Southern Conf - Heartland, Bayelsa Utd
Northern Conf - Katsina Utd, Jigawa Stars


Thanks. But if Katsina United finished 15th and avoided relegation, who are the team that were promoted from the Northern Conference?


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