NPL Acting Executive Secretary, Tunji Babalola
The management of the Nigeria Premier League (NPL) has mandated all Premier League clubs to send representatives to the forthcoming workshop on Transfer Matching System (TMS) organized by the Nigeria Football Federation (NFF) in collaboration with the world football governing body, FIFA.
According to a statement signed by Sunday Obaseki on behalf of the Acting Executive Secretary of the NPL, Tunji Babalola; the training programme is fixed for Wednesday, September 12, 2012 at Digital Bridge Institute, Utako District, Abuja as from 9.00am- 5.30pm.
Each club is expected to send only one representative with participation fee of N50, 000.
Eligible participants must not only be computer literate but also expected to come along with lap-tops with installed internet explorer 7, 8 or 9 Adobe Microsoft Office and active internet modem.
While participation is mandatory for all the Premier League clubs, participants are, however, reminded that they shall be responsible for their expenses.
The TMS workshop is also mandatory for National League clubs and optional to Amateur League clubs and football academies.
International transfers are transparent through the FIFA TMS and clubs are now totally in control of International transfer activities of players.
The NFF can only come in after the club has concluded all transfer agreement with their foreign counterparts and all documents relating to the transfer are up-loaded on the TMS.