Chairperson of the Nigeria Women’s Football League Aisha Falode is upbeat about the development of women’s football in the country.
The ongoing season enters week four on Wednesday and Thursday with matches scheduled to hold in different centres.
Edo Queens are up against Confluence Queens in search of their first win this season.
In-form Rivers Angels will be hoping for an improved performance when they travel to Abia Angels.
Other matches will see Adamawa Queens take a tricky trip away to Osun babes, Robo Queens host Ibom Angels while Sunshine Queens welcome Bayelsa Queens.
Aisha Falode says the Women’s league board is keen on ensuring participating clubs adhere strictly to the rules governing the league while concerted efforts are geared at improving the infrastructures.
Salaries and wages of players are concerns for the league managers who say the club’s are now striving to comply with the details in signed contracts with their players.