The League Management Company (LMC) has commended the resilient spirit of the Super Eagles in overcoming a 3-0 lead to oust Morocco in the quarter finals of the Africa Nations Championship (CHAN) in South Africa and said the victory is consistent with the vision to achieve a responsive and sustainable professional league in the country.
Chairman of the LMC, Nduka Irabor who has been in Abuja for the Glo Premier League Pre-season tournament said the performance against the Atlas Lions of Morocco couldn’t have come at a better time than now that the foundations for a truly professional league is being consolidated with the on-going reforms to make the clubs to meet global training and administrative standards.
”Thank you for making this bold statement about our League, Thank you for affirming that our league is good and thank you for responding to our charge to be good ambassadors of the league”, Irabor enthused.
”The competitive spirit exhibited by the Eagles in South Africa last night is consistent with the competition in our league which ended in a photo finish in the last season and it is a reflection of the potentials in our league which has been hardly tapped and which some persons have so far not come to terms with”, added Irabor.
”It has never been in doubt that we have the talents and the commitment of players to compete at the highest level and staying focused to come back from a three goals deficit is confirmation that the potentials to be the best in the world is in this league”, Irabor affirmed.