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Nasarawa Utd seeks more support from Al-Makura

Chairman of the club Barrister Isaac Danladi told Daily Trust yesterday that despite their good run in the NPL, the club is presently groaning under…

Chairman of the club Barrister Isaac Danladi told Daily Trust yesterday that despite their good run in the NPL, the club is presently groaning under the yoke of last year’s sign on fees and backlog of players’ clearance fees.
He explained that even as the club enjoys massive support from the government of Nasarawa State, the present financial needs of the club demand immediate attention.
Danladi maintained that the club’s management needs money to pay clearance fees of the players recruited before they would be taken back by clubs that released them to Nasarawa United on credit.
Danladi also commended governor Al-Makura for giving unflinching support to the club despite his present political travails.
“I wish to commend His Excellency, Governor Tanko Al-Makura for his unwavering support to Nasarawa United. From a modest background, we are today one of the most supported clubs in the NPL.
“However, we are presently facing some challenges and would be happy if government gives us more financial support. We need to pay last year’s sign on fees of the players. In addition, we have the clearance fees of the players to settle.
“Already some of the clubs that released their players to us on credit are threatening to withdraw them. And if we do not get help, the players’ morale may be badly affected,” he said.
Nasarwa United are presently occupying second position on the NPL table and will play Akwa United tomorrow in Uyo.

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