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Sports: “La liga can resume on June 8” – Spanish Prime Minister.

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      Spain’s Prime Minister Pedro Sanchez announced on Saturday that La Liga can resume from its coronavirus lockdown on the week of June 8.

     “The resumption of major professional sporting competitions and in particular La Liga will be allowed from the week of June 8,” Sanchez told a press conference.

     More than two months after the COVID-19 pandemic halted the season in Spain, players have begun training in small groups as they aim to be as ready as possible for the planned reboot next month.

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Super Eagles legend vows to lead Nogeria in another protest due to political corruption.

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Taribo West has alleged that some individuals running Nigerian football have siphoned and embezzled huge sums of money and he will lead a protest against them.

And this is coming in the wake of the EndSARS protests after youths across the country stormed the streets demanding an end to police brutality and calling for good governance. The 46-year-old who is now a pastor was a member of the Super Eagles squad between 1994 and 2005 and made 42 appearances. According to him, everything that is happening as a result of #EndSARS protests should also be taken to the football house.

He told Punch:

“We are going to protest against those that have hijacked our football system. Everything happening in the Nigerian system must also affect the football house. “People with integrity must run the football house because money that has been siphoned, embezzled & mismanaged can’t be quantified.

“Work of God is in my spirit, but football is in my blood. I’ll lead a protest against the mismanagement of funds in Nigerian football.”

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