Members of the NPFL Managers also known as Club Owners Association of Nigeria on Monday paid a surprise visit to the training session of the super Eagles B players at the Aguiyi Ironsi cantonment playing field in Abuja.
The Delegation led by the chairman of the Association and Nasarawa United FC boss Barr. Isaac Danladi was accompanied by the chairman of the League Management Company LMC and 2nd vice president of the NFF Malam Shehu Dikko.
Addressing the players and officials, Danladi onbehalf of the club Owners Association assured the players of maximum support and charged them to be good Ambassadors of the Nigeria top flight league NPFL as they travel to America to face Mexico in an international friendly game.
He also sympathised with the stand in coach of the team Paul Aigbogun who lost his mother and prayed for the repose of her soul and for God to console the family.
Speaking on behalf of the players, team captain Ikechukwu Ezenwa thanked the club Owners for the visit and assured that the team will represent the NPFL and make Nigeria Football proud.
Other members of the Delegation include chairman of Kano Pillars FC Alh. Surajo Yahaya, Chairman of kwara United FC Malam Kumbi Titiloye, General Manager of Rivers United FC Dr. Okey Kpalukwu, Sporting Director of Enyimba FC Jude Anyadufu, Executive Secretary of the club Owners Association Chief Alloy Chukwuemeka, Former Commissioner for Youths development Gombe state Malam Farouk Yarma, Team Manager of Nasarawa United FC Solomon Babanjah and others.