The Commissioner for Youths and Sports, Plateau state, Victor Lanpang has called on the supporters of Plateau United football club not to worry on the venue where the former NPFL Champions will play their CAF Champions League home matches.
Plateau United will be representing Nigeria at next season interclub competition after finishing top via the points per game method (PPG) that was used to judge concluded Nigerian league season.
In his words, Lanpang said that there’s an ongoing plan to fix the Rwang Pam Township Stadium, and are working with the ministry of housing to meet CAF standard.
“There will be an upgrade on the stadium that will meet CAF requirement, hoping work will start soon”, he said.
Despite no football activities in the country, the commissioner stated that the club is already preparing.
“The preparations are in top gear, we had a meeting with the technical crew about two weeks ago, to identify the players the team need so they can have an impact on the continent, the team have identified about six players.”
“Players have been told to report to camp latest on the 9th of August 2020. In the next two weeks, the players for re-enforcement will join them as they prepare for the forthcoming to CAF Champions League and 2020/2021 football season”, he concluded.
Credits to Noah Noel.