The coach of Muscat Football Club, Obadiah Gbeh, has clarified that the team is not dissolved after failing to qualify for the LFA second division league.
Speaking in a phone interview yesterday, Coach Gbeh noted that despite the team’s failure to qualify for the LFA second division league, executives of the team are having series of meetings in order to prepare the team for the upcoming LFA 3rd division championship league.
He said the team learned lessons from last season and will be tackling future assignments with more determination.
He added that the team has acquired a piece of land in Duport Road Community to be used as a training ground.
Commenting on the transfer of players, Coach Gbeh said several players, including midfielder Arku Morris, who is currently playing for Bong County in the ongoing National County Sports Meet, and Darlington Sumo, among others, are expected leave the team.
He also said that the team is identifying players in the ongoing National County Sports Meet.
Muscat FC was relegated from the second division in 2013 for featuring a suspended player in a match against Gadnersville FC. The team missed qualifying to the LFA Second Division after losing 1-0 New Hope FC of Margibi County.