Heartland place 14 players on transfer market

The Management of Heartland have placed 14 of its players on the transfer market just as the team retained 22 players from the squad that won the Federation Cup in 2011.

General Manager of the club, Fan Ndubuoke announced the decision of the club on Monday during a meeting with players, coaches and the management staff.

Ndubuoke also announced the intention of the club to hire nine new players to strengthen the team in the coming season as the Owerri-based side prepares to represent Nigeria in the CAF Confederation Cup next year.

On the 14 players that have been asked to look for clubs elsewhere next season, the General Manager explained that they included those whose productivity were considered below average by the club’s consortium of coaches, those with disciplinary problems and those whose nature of last contract runs contrary to the guiding rules issued by the management.

Ndubuoke wished the affected players success in their future endeavors while also tasking those that were retained to put in their best while in the service of the club and also to be of good behavior.

Meanwhile the club has announced Sunday, December 11, 2011 as the date for resumption of training for the new season both for the old and new players.

Before Monday’s meeting, Heartland players had been on break for about two weeks while the coaches used the opportunity to try out new players.
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