BY Augustus Auggie Audekina-Doe
LPRC Oilers are considering to make move into the transfer market ahead of the new league season, as the new manager, Kollie Korvy has eyed 10 potential new signings.
The 2016/2017 Liberia Football Association (LFA) National League is expected to kick-off November 3 and Coach Korvy believes bringing fresh legs on board will boost the team.
"That means not just players coming in, but also players leaving. It is possible that players leave,” he told FOCUS Sport Monday.
The 36-year-old technician is contemplating to seal his former club, Nimba United duo, Anthony Bougbor and Darlington Pailey and Leon Power Quamie and Friday Bestman of Watanga FC, as well as Siebo Toe and Joshua Milton of LICSR FC.
Coach ‘Mission,’ as he is affectionately called by his supporters might likely seal the signature of goalkeeper Sam Dogbee, formerly Sport Bissau e Benfica of Guinea Bissau, and John Jersey of Keitrace FC, Richmond Togbah of Aries FC and Ike Willie of fourth division side, Mamie FC.
The ‘Oil’ boys finished sixth in the 2015/2016 top flight national league with 24 points after concluding 20 matches and were put out of the FA Cup by FairPlay FC in the first round of the competition.