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Aiteo Cup quarterfinals hold tomorrow

By Guardian Nigeria
26 August 2022   |   2:00 am
The cities of Jos, Kaduna and Federal Capital Territory, Abuja will witness top class football action this weekend as the quarterfinal matches of this year’s AITEO Cup competition (men’s version) hold.   Niger Tornadoes and Lobi Stars are the combatants in Jos to determine a slot in the semifinals, while top-tier teams, Wikki Tourists and…

The cities of Jos, Kaduna and Federal Capital Territory, Abuja will witness top class football action this weekend as the quarterfinal matches of this year’s AITEO Cup competition (men’s version) hold.

 
Niger Tornadoes and Lobi Stars are the combatants in Jos to determine a slot in the semifinals, while top-tier teams, Wikki Tourists and Nasarawa United, clash in Kaduna.
 
Kogi United, the surprise team of this year’s competition, are up against Kano Pillars at the Area 3 Stadium, Abuja.

The NFF executive committee at its meeting of August 18 adopted the resolutions of a peace meeting of club representatives with the Federation’s officials that agreed to a rebooting of the AITEO Cup Competition 2022 (men’s version) from the quarterfinal stage.
 
A notice to football associations of the states hosting the quarterfinal matches has clarified that the fourth match between Heartland FC of Owerri and Katsina United FC seemed to have been won and lost, with Heartland FC the winners and already in possession of a semifinal ticket.

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