the LNFP sets a deadline for holding general meetings

the LNFP sets a deadline for holding general meetings
the LNFP sets a deadline for holding general meetings

Amine Council

June 20, 2024 at 3:00 p.m.

At the end of the 2023-2024 football season marked by the coronation of Raja of Casablancathe members of the executive office of the National Professional Football League met on Wednesday to discuss several topics that concern national football and ways to improve it over the coming years. One of the key decisions taken by the governing body of national football during this meeting is the setting of a deadline for the holding of club general meetings. Wishing to bring order to the internal organization of the clubs under its supervision, the LNFP set the date of August 15 as the deadline for holding general meetings. Teams which do not respect this deadline will have to pay a fine of 100,000 DH per month, until the organization of their AGM.

End the series of postponements of AGMs within clubs

This decision of the LNFP should put an end to the vagueness surrounding the dates for holding general meetings. Indeed, certain managements of clubs under the supervision of the League have become champions of postponing their AGMs. The most striking example is certainly that of Wydad of Casablancaincluding the former president, Said Naciri, had not held a general meeting since 2019, until March 2024, i.e. 4 general meetings postponed. The 100,000 DH monthly fine set by the League should, moreover, convince the most reluctant clubs to organize their assemblies before the deadline of August 15.

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