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NPL Constitution review gains momentum

NPL Constitution review gains momentum

The Namibia Premier League (NPL) new constitution over the weekend was finalised by members together with Fifa consultants, paving the way to the long-awaited return of the domestic top league.

As reported on the NFA website, the meeting is a follow up to a previous meeting which discussed possible changes to the outdated Constitution and was specifically convened to finalise inputs to the draft Constitution which will guide the work of the NPL as soon as it goes through all the approval stages.

The NPL is pleased to announce to the football loving public that delegates from the member clubs have adopted the new draft Constitution as well as Rules and Regulations which are now ready for approval by the NPL Board of Governors” says Tovey Hoebeb, NPL Chief Administrator.

The delegates also agreed at the Meeting to convene a Board of Governors meeting on Tuesday, 8 August to approve Constitution and Rules and Regulations before it is submitted to NFA Executive Committee for ratification.

Tuesday’s meeting of the BOG will also decide on the way forward for the NPL, specifically when to hold a Congress to endorse the Constitution and Rules and Regulation and at which to elect a new leadership, as well as to decide on when the league should kick off.

Aided by two FIFA representatives namely Sebastian Neuf and Nic Coward, delegates also discussed Club Licensing matters. The Meeting also decided to seek an audience with the NFA to discuss various issues of mutual interest. NFA

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