Prime Football Club of Oshogbo, took a step towards setting aside their poor start in the league as they have shown eight players the exit door and boosted the squad with 17 new exceptional players.
The management of the team led by former NFF scribe,Chief Taiwo Ogunjobi, took advantage of the first National League transfer window to re-enforce the team.
We learnt that their lacklustre performance so far this season in the league was the fundamental reason for the exit from the Oshogbo darling team,which is currently languishing at the bottom of the table.
The sacked players have been ordered to leave the teamÔÇÖs camp with immediate effect.
The players sent packing are Bolatito Ogunsanya, Yusuf Aderemi, Lekan Adisa, Godwin Timothy, Ebenezer Odeyemi, David Kehinde, Williams Okogie and Daniel Monday.
Meanwhile, 17 players have been recruited to fortify the team from their present basement part of the National League standings.
Top among the newly recruited players are former Sunshine Stars goal poacher, Ganiyu Anifowose, former 3SC captain, Tope Orelope, and
former Akwa United striker, Meshack Chubuike.
Others are former 3SC central defender, Bisi Olagunju, former Gateway left back, Daniel Osoata, Nurudeen Abolade, Taiwo Oladapo from Crown, Harrison Ibukun from Gabros, Gabriel Okechukwu from Cameroun, Hamidu Ganiyu from Olorunda United, Nnamdi Onyenorah from Olorunda United, Michael Adulogu, Adeniyi Adeleke, Hamed Jimoh from Offa United, Sile Hamed from Ajiroba Ooni, Jimoh Bamigboye from Prime Feeders and Jimmy Bello from Ila FC.