Valletta Football Club have announced that they have decided not to renew the contract of six overseas players who were on the books of the club.
The Citizens are coming from a disappointing season that has seen the team fail to battle for a top-four finish in the Premier League while they failed to reach the latter stages of the knock out competition.
In a statement, Valletta FC announced that Joseph Willy, Kilian Bevis, Bradley Kamdem, Ulrich Nnome Ngong Niltinho and William Jebor will not remain with the club beyond this season.
“Valletta Football Club would like to thank: Joseph Willy, Kilian Bevis, Bradley Kamdem, Ulrich Nnomo, Nilton Soares and William Jebor for being part of our group during this season and wish them the best of luck for their future!” Valletta FC said in a statement.
Willy, Bevis, Kamden and Ngong arrived at the capital club at the start of the season while Niltinho and William Jebor were signed by Valletta during the January transfer window.
It is understood that Valletta FC will be making a thorough analysis of the team’s performance this season in a bid to effect a number of changes that will help the club be more competitive in the coming campaign.
It is the club’s intention to build a strong team around Malta international midfielder Brandon Paiber who is expected to be handed a lucrative new contract.
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