Nigeria Referees Association’s (NRA) fitness test for all categories of referees and assessors earlier scheduled for Nov.16 has been postponed indefinitely.
Sani Zubairu, Nigeria Football Federation’s (NFF) Head of Referees Unit, told newsmen that the decision was based on conflicting medical reports.
Zubairu said that the central medical team of NFF were not satisfied with some alterations on medical reports of some of the referees.
‘’The central medical team discovered some alterations on the medical reports of some of the referees from various states.
‘’So, we decided to postpone the test indefinitely to enable persons affected to come up with acceptable reports without alterations,’’ he said.
The NFF’s Head of Referees Unit, however, said that his office would meet with the committee on Nov. 15 to address the issue.
Reports said that NRA had scheduled Nov.16 as date for commencement of pre-league season fitness test for all categories of its members.