Nigeria Professional Football League(NPFL) club Rangers International has postponed their earlier scheduled resumption for the upcoming season.
The Nigeria government had permitted the resumption of sports behind closed doors part of effort in the gradual easing of lock down.
Rangers international earlier on asked both old and new players and officials to resume September 13.
However, the club on Monday announced that it’s have postponed the earlier scheduled assumption date.
Reasons for the postponement was not stated and new date for resumptionnwws not also given.
The club in a statement on it verified Twitter handle shifted the resumption date indefinitely.
“The management of the ‘Flying Antelopes’, Rangers International F.C ably led by Prince Davidson Owumi,
has announced the postponement of the earlier resumption date it gave its returning and new players for the 2020/2021 league season, the club wrote.”
The League Management Company (LMC) is yet to announce the date for the resumption of the 2020/2021 NPFL season.
LMC told clubs to submit their respective licensing application.
They are expected to begin the submission from September 18th with supporting document.
Also spot checking of the clubs by the First Instant Body (FIB) under the jurisdiction of the LMC to verify submissions made will begin from September 21-26.