By Dar Al-Naim Abdin
Football Writer, kick442.com-Sudan
There has been a lot of talk over the years about the departure of a number of players from one Sudanese club to another or without,unfortunately there is always a department that refuses to grant the players an exit visa from the club’s gate.
Kick442.com Sudan’s correspondent, Dar Al-Naim Abdin writes to plead clubs see reasons to should allow any player who wants to leave to go.
Irrespective of a player’s influence in a team, the administration should always find a way to meet the player’s demands Dar Al-Naim Abdin explains.
This is so because even if the club is tempted to increase the footballer’s salary, he will not provide more than what he offered in the past. Obviously the player is affected and does not forget easily that his club rejected his desire to leave.
This has happened with many players, whose performances dropped because they are being forced to stay at a particular club.
Talents are available, clubs need to look for them. In truth, no club should stand against the departure of a player or coach.
Many football legends;either coaches or players, and the club’s will agree that a departure has been a reason for the birth of new talents that injected something different in the team and helped achieve more.
“Do not be an obstacle to players who want to leave,” Dar further pleaded. This is really a problem as in addition to the above, it leads to a waste of management’s time in an attempt to persuade an unhappy players to stay.
Clubs Technical Directors should save time, go in search of alternatives because even if the player continues with the club and renew their contracts, they risk not adding value to the club.
“Everyone who wants external professionalism, must professionalize in his activities, and there is no football contract without a market value. If a player wants to leave, set his valuation and let the intending buyer pay for his remaining contract if there is no buyout clause as it exists in France,”Dar Al-Naim Abdin concluded.
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