April 13, 2024
He claimed that while some clubs expressed interest, they did not fulfill the organizer's standards, whilst other club owners had finished all the procedures in time for the competition.

Organisers of the Fusion Football Championship will be meeting with owners and coaches of participating clubs to deliberate on ways to make this year’s edition stand out.

Abiodun Salau, the chairman of the organizing committee, revealed that a meeting with club owners and other important stakeholders is required.

He said that all concerns pertaining to the league would be worked out and amicably handled prior to the league’s start.

“We are planning to meet next week in Lagos, and we have sent a letter to that effect to the participating teams and other relevant stakeholders which they have acknowledged it, he told Sports247.

“What we want to discuss is how we can make this year’s edition glamorous, exciting, and successful. The first edition recorded success and we are planning to make this year’s edition better organized than the previous.

Salau encouraged the competing teams to submit their registration documents before the deadline and expressed optimism that the fusion championship would secure a sponsor before the event began.

He claimed that while some clubs expressed interest, they did not fulfill the organizer’s standards, whilst other club owners had finished all the procedures in time for the competition.

Teams such as G12, Sportyne, Team 360 FC, Faban, Klassich FC, Young Stars, SGH, Fluent Vision, Lekki United, Smart City, Ottasolo, Divine FC, Madiba FC, and Moonluck FC are expected to be a part of the tournament.

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