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Published On: Thu, Dec 19th, 2019

No, toxic environment, negative reports Damaged Our Football -NFF

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But arising from the AGM, the NFF have distanced itself from the woes bedevilling Nigeria football and blamed it on what it called ‘toxic environment and the reputational damage that the spate of negative reports, half-truths, falsehood and insidious rumours are causing for the Nigerian Football ecosystem.’
In a 10 paragraph communique it issued at the end of the AGM, NFF called on aggrieved football stakeholders to explore peaceful means of conflict resolution and thanked the minister for his interest and support.
“In view of the toxic environment and the reputational damage that the spate of negative reports, half-truths, falsehood and insidious rumours are causing for the Nigerian Football ecosystem, Congress charged aggrieved stakeholders and other Members of the Football family to adopt more meaningful, fruitful and useful dispute resolution methods in the interest of the Nigerian game, by escalating their grievances to the Congress for amicable settlement.
“The Congress also commended the efforts of the Honourable Minister of Youth and Sports, Mr. Sunday Akin Dare and the Federal Ministry of Youth and Sports, in supporting the work of the Nigeria Football Federation in the preparation and participation of Nigeria’s National Teams in international matches and championships.”

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