NPL to wrap up this weekend three clubs to be relegated

Windhoek � The curtain to the MTC Namibia Premier League (NPL) will this weekend finally come down, signalling the end of the 2017/18 football season.

With African Stars already crowned league champions as they have amassed 61 points from 28 matches played so far and mathematically, as it currently stands, no other team in the top four can catch up with Stars at this stage, hence their crowning as league champions.

Black Africa are currently stationed second on 52 points, third-placed Mighty Gunners on 48 points and Young African in fourth place on 46 points. Former champions Tigers are in fifth place with 43 points.

This weekend's action will place more emphasis on the relegation dogfight at the bottom of the log table, where Oshakati-based outfit Young Chiefs and Rundu Chiefs are fighting for survival while Tsumeb's Chiefs Santos have technically been relegated from the country's topflight football league.

Upon conclusion of this weekend's action, the bottom three teams will be relegated back to the various Nationwide First Division (NFD) and three other teams from the three streams will be promoted to the premier league � that's hopefully if activities in the NFD finally get underway in weeks to come.

Source: New Era Newspaper Namibia

NPL to wrap up this weekend three clubs to be relegated

Windhoek � The curtain to the MTC Namibia Premier League (NPL) will this weekend finally come down, signalling the end of the 2017/18 football season.

With African Stars already crowned league champions as they have amassed 61 points from 28 matches played so far and mathematically, as it currently stands, no other team in the top four can catch up with Stars at this stage, hence their crowning as league champions.

Black Africa are currently stationed second on 52 points, third-placed Mighty Gunners on 48 points and Young African in fourth place on 46 points. Former champions Tigers are in fifth place with 43 points.

This weekend's action will place more emphasis on the relegation dogfight at the bottom of the log table, where Oshakati-based outfit Young Chiefs and Rundu Chiefs are fighting for survival while Tsumeb's Chiefs Santos have technically been relegated from the country's topflight football league.

Upon conclusion of this weekend's action, the bottom three teams will be relegated back to the various Nationwide First Division (NFD) and three other teams from the three streams will be promoted to the premier league � that's hopefully if activities in the NFD finally get underway in weeks to come.

Source: New Era Newspaper Namibia