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Nigerian League by Leo

Nigerian League structure down to third level

By Updated on Feb 25, 2010   6396 views   0 comments
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Nigerian League Structure by Leo.

Playable leagues:

Nigerian Premier League
Nigerian National Division 1
Nigerian Amateur league 1

Unplayabe league:

Nigerian Amateur League 2

Playable cups:

Nigerian Federation Cup
Nigerian Super Cup

Correct awards added, except the AIT/MTN National League Club award. The reason is that in the game it is always given to a Nigerian Amateaur League 2 team, something that won't happen IRL.

Added dozens of cities, stadiums and clubs. No Players added!

The Nigerian Amateur League isn't 100% as it is in real life. There are two reasons for that:

1. IRL this season is having 41 teams due to that Jimeta United was allowed to stay in the division after a tragic bus crash killed 15 of the clubs staff and players.
2. there were to many Kano teams in the Division that created to many coliding matches in group C, therefor group C and D were reorganized. This means that IRL life there are 10 teams in group A, 11 in Group B and C and 9 in group D.

To make this league patch more correct in the long run, I've therefor created the Nigarian Amateur League 1 as it normally is, with 10 team in each group. This means that I've placed Yerima Strikers in Group D, and placed Sagwe FC in Nigerian Amateur League 2. Sagwe is given a higher reputation than the rest of the clubs in that Division.

The Nigerian Federation Cup is not in the correct format, the reason is that the correct format ain't possible to produce with the current editor.

Suggest that this is used together with Fury G's African MegaDB.
If errors are found please let me know.

No re-distribution without asking me first.

The update could be found here:

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Downloads: 575 / Size: 52.2 kB / Added: 2010-02-25
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