–Kano Pillars, Enyimba, Warri Wolves and Dolphins get letters
The Nigeria Football Federation has warned clubs representing a nation in continental competitions in 2015 that they would bear all sanctions imposed by a Confederation of African Football for their possess late registration for those competitions.
In a minute sent to a 4 clubs (Kano Pillars FC and Enyimba FC in a CAF Champions League, and Warri Wolves FC and Dolphins FC in a CAF Confederation Cup) on Monday, a NFF settled categorically: “The Nigeria Football Federation (NFF) severely warns that your bar should be prepared to face ANY SANCTION a organizer (CAF) will give imperfect clubs.”
While reminding a 4 clubs that other clubs representing other countries in subsequent year’s bar competitions have already finished a registration process, a NFF gave a 4 clubs until Wednesday, 17th December, 2014to contention their players’ sum or face a awaiting of disqualification.
Kano Pillars and Enyimba finished as a tip dual teams in a Nigeria Professional Football League to validate to paint Nigeria in a dollar –spangled CAF Champions League, while Warri Wolves finished third in a League and Dolphins FC finished second behind Enyimba FC (already competent for CAF Champions League) in a Federation Cup, to be authorised for a CAF Confederation Cup competition.