NFF to adopt cost-cutting measures For Players And Officials

The Executive Committee of the Nigeria Football Federation NFF said it would embark on a number of cost-cutting on players and officials of all the teams.

The decision was contained in a communique issued after the first meeting of the new administration of the NFF Presided by the newly elected President Mr Musa Gusau in Abuja.

The committee said the decision was necessary to stave off needless
embarrassment of the nation during
international matches and tournaments.

Part of the communique which was seen by AfricaTopSports also charged the Flamingoes to give their all at
the FIFA U17 Women’s World Cup taking
place in India.

The statement reads as follow;

“In order to stem the
the tide of accumulation of debts, the Executive Committee opted to embark on a number of cost-cutting measures, and to ascent on frugal management of resources in
the best interest of players and officials, Management and Staff, and Nigeria
Football generally.

“Every perceived area of waste would be cut as a way of fostering the spirit of prudence and financial discipline in the secretariat.

“As a way of staving off needless embarrassment of the nation during
international matches and tournaments,
the Board resolved to, in line with present
economic realities, have regular
conversations with players and officials
of the National Teams on the need to
make sacrifices now and again when the
resources to meet their expectations are
not readily available.

“The Executive Committee charged the
U17 Women National Team, Flamingos to
give it their all during their campaign at
the FIFA U17 Women’s World Cup taking
place in India 11th – 30th October 2022,
and to have in mind that their
performance off-field is as much
important as their performance on-field,
being ambassadors of the great country,
Nigeria.”

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