Nigeria Professional Football League NPFL, clubs will from the coming season raise youth teams for players aged fifteen years and below to compete in the new NPFL Youth League.
This is even as the League Management Company LMC, declared a surplus/savings of forty hundred and eighty-three million naira in its operations for the twenty-fifty and twenty-sixteen Nigeria Professional Football League NPFL, season.
This was contained in the financial report submitted by the Chairman of the LMC, Shehu Dikko and accepted with commendations at the Annual General Meeting AGM, of the LMC held in Enugu.
The league would be fashioned after the ‘La Liga Promisas’ with La liga serving as technical partners.
Other high points of the AGM resolution include the approval of the LMC proposal for a Youth League tournament in partnership with La Liga that all clubs will participate in, the endorsement of a new bonus and incentives structure as proposed by the LMC, approval of the club merchandising proposal by the LMC to deploy part of the clubs’ revenue from source for payment of clubs’ jersey replicas and the election of clubs’ representatives to serve on the LMC Board.