Super Eagles captain Ahmed Musa has been spotted enjoying quality time playing golf with Governor Simon Lalong of Plateau state.
Marydave.ng observed that the duo still maintained social distancing and stayed safe amid the coronavirus crisis while enjoying quality time playing golf.
Musa urged his Nigerian fans they also can enjoy some time out while practising social distancing and staying safe amid COVID-19.
⛳🏌️⛳Such an awesome time spent golfing with His Excellency, the Governor of Plateau state 🏌️⛳🏌️
You can still enjoy some time out while practicing social distancing and staying safe⚠️⚠️ This will soon be over Inshall Allah 🙏 @sblalong pic.twitter.com/x40wGQmIpe
— AhmedMusa718 (@Ahmedmusa718) May 17, 2020
He, however, shared pictures of himself enjoying quality time playing golf with Governor Simon Lalong of Plateau state.
The 27-year-old recently returned home in Jos, Plateau state, after spending 14 days in self-isolation following his return from Saudi Arabia.
Reports obtained by Marydave.ngclaim that the UEFA President Aleksander Ceferin has disclosed that this season Champions League and Europa League campaigns will be concluded by August.
This reliable online medium gathered that Ceferin explained that there is no confirm date for the resumption of Europe’s elite competitions.
He added that the football governing body expects at least 80% of national leagues to finish their seasons before re-starting the competition.
Ceferin who made this disclosure to beIN Sports said:“We have an idea but we have to wait for the executive committee of Uefa to confirm the dates. I can say that the European season will be finished, if everything is as it is now, in August.
In a related development, Clubs in Spain’s top two divisions have agreed to give an additional 200million euros (176.4 million pounds) over the next four years to boost Spanish sports.
The fund would also assist lower league football, the league’s organising body, La Liga, said in a statement on Tuesday, News Agency of Nigeria (NAN) reports.
Since signing a collective broadcasting rights deal in 2015, La Liga had donated 1 per centof its revenue to Spain’s sports ministry.
It has increased this to 2.5 per cent as part of a new agreement, while it has doubled its contribution to the national soccer federation (RFEF) from 1 per centto 2 per cent.