Chairman League Management Company, (LMC) Shehu Dikko has disclosed that there are plans by the league organizers to get league legend Victor Ezeji involved in a soon to be revealed project.

Dikko, reacting to recent calls for Ezeji to be named a league ambassador, said that the LMC already had plans for a role to be taken up by the retired striker.

Read more: We have big plans for Ezeji, says Dikko  

•Appeal Court fixes hearing for January 18, 2017

The Court of Appeal, Jos Division on Tuesday 9th October, 2016 directed parties to file their respective briefs in respect of the motion filed by the League Management Company (LMC) seeking orders of the Appeal Court to set aside the order of committal to prison and other steps taken by Justice I.I Kunda of a Jos High Court after the LMC had filed the appeal in the matter between one Mustapha Abubakar, a supporter of Giwa FC and the LMC.

Read more: Giwa's lawyer offers undertaken not to harass LMC Chairman, COO  

The League Management Company (LMC) on Tuesday signed two separate commercial partnerships with two service providers that are geared towards deploying technology to drive engagement, monetize content and expand the fan base of the Nigeria Professional Football League (NPFL).

Read more: LMC appoints IT partners for fantasy games, mobile content distribution  

The Nigeria Football Federation has become the first governing body of the game in the African continent to be enlisted on the Premium Services of the world –governing body, FIFA DTMS (Domestic Transfer Matching System) and Intermediary Regulations Tool.

Read more: FIFA activates Nigeria’s Domestic Transfer Matching System, first in Africa  

Salihu Abubakar, the Chief Operating Officer (COO) of the League Management Company (LMC) tops the list of five Nigerians appointed as Instructors into the 2017-2019 cycle of Confederation of African Football (CAF) Club Licensing.

Abubakar and former Nigeria Football Federation 1st Vice Chairman, Amanze Uchegbulam were listed as Instructorsev for the Administrative, Legal and Financial Criteria, the most critical aspect of Club Licensing regulation usually rated A and which meant requirements under these are compulsory.

Read more: LMC COO, Abubakar, five others appointed CAF Club Licensing Instructors  

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