By Oyediji Oluwaseun Babatunde
Sports Writer, kick442.com Nigeria
Sequel to the release of the final league table by the League Management Company via the Points-Per Game (PPG), Sunshine Stars’ 2019/2020 season has been declared concluded by the management, www.kick442.com can report.
This was confirmed in a release by Chris Okunnuwa,Head of the club’s Communications.
The club now looks forward to the new 2020/21 NPFL campaign with the resolve to meet its expectations that were cut short due to COVID-19 disruption in the just-concluded season.
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Sunshine Stars’ President, Otunba Tajudeen Akinyemi in his season-ending message on Saturday stated:
“We had dreams and expectations going into the 2019/20 campaign, but all was disrupted by the COVID-19 global pandemic. Now we have put behind us all that happened in the unusual season, in readiness for a better future.
“Sunshine Stars will be more competitive in the forthcoming season, we have bigger plans now: our key players from last season will be retained and we are already working on some quality new signings to fortify the team,” Akinyemi revealed.
Players and officials who are yet to receive offers to renew their expired contracts are now free to seek bossman transfer of their playing and Economic rights.
Sunshine Stars expressed gratitude to all the released personnel for their services and time in Akure and pledged to redeem in due course, the outstandings in contractual obligation till July 2020.
“I thank all the players and officials that served us in the just-concluded season, particularly those whose time with us has come to an end. I wish them well for the future. All outstanding entitlements in the season that terminated in July will be redeemed in due course.” Akinyemi concluded.
Sunshine Stars were unable to clinch any continental spot based on the final league table which was released by the League Management Company, LMC, and will hope to aspire towards continental spots come next season.
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