PNGFA

NSL bids open for 2016-2017

Competition manager Simon Koima said the forms are available and clubs who fulfilled the registration requirements would be granted license.

"The application for the expression of interest is open today and closes on Sunday 21/08/2016."

"PNG Football Association will issue licenses to clubs who fulfill all the club licensing requirements."

He stressed that only clubs who are licenced are permitted to participate in the 2016-2017 NSL season.

Koima said club licensing was an integral part of building a stronger football programme.

Lupari calls for overhaul of the leadership of PNGFA

“Since I have been involved in the soccer administration in the country over last 3 years, I saw soccer has a tremendous potential to advance but sadly this cannot be achieved because of the manner in which Soccer is administered by the PNGFA.

The administration of soccer is serially monopolized; it is run by select group of individuals. Every aspects of the soccer administration is managed and controlled by few people. These people do not want to accept changes, and they do everything within their power to stop changes, said Lupari.

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