Clubs told to follow rules of transfer window


The Kumul Petroleum National Soccer League (NSL) opened its transfer window on Saturday, allowing players to move to other clubs.
Competition manager Leslie Babaga said in a statement that the transfer window would close on Saturday.
He said the NSL office was calling on clubs to start making arrangements for player transfers rather than leaving it late.
Babaga said the Papua New Guinea Football Association and the NSL board were confident that all transfers would be done transparently to ensure all parties benefited.
The semi-professional competition heads into a recess this weekend and will resume with the second half on March 23.
But the New Guinea Islands Conference teams, who will play their final round-one fixture this weekend, will head into a recess on March 23 and resume on March 30.
The Northern Conference will play its five deferred matches during the break.
“All affiliation fees should be paid in full by March 23 before the second round of competition begins,” Babaga said.