Bet9ja Ekiti Football league: Organizers thank teams as league goes on break

Bet9ja Ekiti Football league: Organizers thank teams as league goes on break

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By Akeem Busari

As the last match in the first round of the much followed Bet9ja Ekiti football league is set to be played on Tuesday 27th, August, the organizers have expressed satisfaction with the standard and quality of matches played at the competition, as well as the exemplary conducts of the players, officials and stakeholders.

According to stats from the 18 team competition, a total of 45 matches have so far been played and with an impressive tally of 60 goals scored.

And in a statement by the Chairman of the organizing committee, Olabayo Badmos, the competition have so far lived up to the expectations of the stakeholders and the football loving people of the state.

“Expectedly, there were few and negligible issues during some of the matches played, but we have resolutely and resourcefully taken care of the identified lapses.

“You know, this is a repackaged football league in Ekiti state and issues are expected. But we have resolved to continue to do things according to the global best practices.”

“On behalf of the state FA, the organizing committee, we thank all the people who have contributed to the success of this league, so far.

“We particularly, thank His Excellency, Dr. John Kayode Fayemi, for providing us an enabling environment to go this far. We also appreciate the supports of state Honorable Commissioner as well as the ministry of youths and sports.

“Let me say a big thank you to all the players and officials of the participating teams, as well as the supporters of the teams,” he stated.

He went on to promise that the organizers shall improve upon its efforts and ensure that the plans of the state FA to build and sustain a lasting football culture in the state, is achieved.

90 matches are expected to be played in the league including the final playoffs for the grand prize of N1million.

Meanwhile, the second round of matches resume 3rd September, 2019, across different match venues in the three Senatorial districts of the state.

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