Nigerian League ends November 2


by George Akpayen

The 2010/2011 Nigeria Premier League (NPL) is now expected to come to an end on November 2, SuperSport.com has been informed.

According to a reviewed calendar made available on Monday by the Premier League, titleholders, Enyimba are scheduled to play three games in the space of eight days.

Okey Emordi's men will face Kwara United in Ilorin on October 5 and then Enugu Rangers on the road on October 9.

The Peoples Elephant will play host to Kaduna United on October 12.

Match day 35 games are now billed to hold on October 18 while Week 36 matches will take place three days later.

October 24 has been picked for Week 37 league games while the season will come to an end with Week 38 games on November 2.

The Super Four has been fixed to hold between November 7 and 13.

The 2011/2012 season is scheduled to kick off on November 26 according to the new calendar.

The NPL has been dogged by fixture congestion due to a leadership crisis that has brought about matches being put on hold.

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