A-League clubs ‘disgusted’ by NPL’s deal

A-league clubs are ‘disappointed’ by the NPL, saying it will force them to ‘go back to the drawing board’ over a future home.

Key points:The NPL will force the A-Lists to ‘do a lot of backtracking’ to find a new homeThe deal will come into effect on June 1A number of clubs have indicated they will seek a fresh deal, but the NPSL’s governing body has said it is too early to say if it will be accepted.

A number are also considering whether to take legal action, according to reports in the German newspaper Der Spiegel.

“It will be a nightmare to follow the NPN.

The NPL was put in place for the sole purpose of keeping clubs in the Nederlandse Sport,” a source close to one club told Sport1.”

We are very disappointed that the NPP (NPL) is in place and that we can’t follow our sporting aspirations,” the source added.”

The clubs will find themselves in a dilemma and it will cost them dearly.”

The NPSG (Netherlands Soccer Federation) had announced last week it would make a decision on the NSPL’s future by the end of June.

It was a shock move given the league had been in the works for more than two years and was due to be up and running by June 1.

However, a deal was done at a time when the Dutch Football Federation, whose executive director is the league’s chief executive, was reportedly negotiating with A-leagues clubs to keep the NFP on the books.