Ikorodu United Opt For MKO Abiola Stadium For Remaining Season’s Games

ikorodu united, abeokuta, NPFLNigeria Professional Football League (NPFL) side, Ikorodu United of Lagos, has secured approval from the League Management Company (LMC) to play their remaining home fixtures of the season at the MKO Abiola stadium in Abeokuta.

The struggling Lagos club were penalised by the LMC for crowd trouble during their week 30 fixture against the Shooting Stars of Ibadan.

After the penalty, the Oga boys were directed to continue the rest of the season in Lagos.

But the club side said they would prefer to stay in the southwest town of Abeokuta since they could not guarantee the full control of the crowd and general safety at the Onikan stadium in Lagos.

NPFL: Ikhana Resigns As Coach Of Shooting Stars

Shooting Stars, Kadiri Ikhana, NPFLKadiri Ikhana on Monday resigned as the Head Coach of the Nigeria Professional Football League (NPFL) side, Shooting Stars of Ibadan.

The experienced coach joined the Oluyole Warriors at the beginning of the ongoing season.

Ikhana explained that the failure of the management to issue him a contract paper, almost at the end of the first stanza of the league, prompted his decision.

He lamented that the hardship faced by the players was also one of the reasons he decided to take a walk at the Ibadan warlords.

Reacting to this, the General Manager of Shooting Stars, Rasheed Balogun, told Channels Sports that the club was yet to receive any resignation letter from Mr Ikhana.

He added that he was doing his best to ensure that the welfare of the players improves as soon as possible.

Shooting Stars are presently 18 on the NPFL table after being defeated by Wikki Tourists of Bauchi on Sunday.