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Premier league side Arbaminch Town announces they are ready for title contention in the coming new season. New promotion to the upper tier Insurance FC and Ethiopian Water Works were not active participants in the league transfer market.
Now declared the Zone football ambassador, Arbaminch has stronger financial support that could make a big difference in the club’s away matches. According to one famous supporter native of Arbaminch dwelling in Addis Ababa tried to raise good money to lure back home grown boys currently in the national team. National team and Saint George left full back Abebaw Butako and national team skipper Degu Debebe are among players in the plan but situations failed to come true. “By all means we will bring them back by next season,” the supporter claimed. With our players signed new contracts and home supporters commitment so strong, I am sure we will be a strong soccer force in the new season,” head coach Alemayehu Abayneh remarked.
In the mean time Insurance FC head coach Asrat Haile remained inactive in the transfer market with only two big players former Saint George and Ethiopian Coffee Mohammed Naser and Banks’ attacking midfielder Suleiman to join with other four unknown players.
“The management was never in doubt of strong financial support to the club I wonder why things are down played,” an insider disclosed. Newcomer water Works has not yet announced its head coach following the former coach’s departure to Dashen Brewery. “Let alone new players with big names a head coach is not yet appointed” one of the six players that extended their contracts told Capital Sport. With the new season kick-off in less than three weeks football fans are worried about the two new comers.