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The Ethiopian Premier League (EPL) mid-season players’ transfer window opened on March 9th, 2013, only for two weeks. The transfer window’s opening was quite sudden; therefore, the market in players is likely to be slow, with few sides taking active part and above all, no dramatic moves expected to come about. The Ethiopian Football Federation (EFF), which is hardly known for coming up with a complete and regular annual football calendar, suddenly announced the opening of the transfer window last weekend. But some clubs in the League were still complaining that the letter which was supposed to inform them beforehand of their intentions to do so, did not reach their respective offices until Tuesday. “Since it usually opens following the end of the first round of the Premier League, the announcement took us with complete surprise, thus our reaction was slow, as we haven’t prepared for it,” a Premier League manager who preferred anonymity notified Capital Sport. “Even the head coach has not yet prepared a list of players that he wants for the club,” he added.
Nevertheless, according to our sources, relegation-threatened Commercial Bank is highly expected to take center stage in the transfer saga, since the club’s current form under head Coach Wubetu Abate is not satisfactory by any standards. Being a club with a strong financial backing, it wouldn’t be any wonder if it dominates the market where League leaders Dedebit FC and defending champions St. George rumored to have no interest in the proceedings. The two sides might opt for signing on foreign players if they managed to make progress at the international level. In the mean time, Dedebit’s Nigerian striker, Philip Dawzi, is said to harbor intentions to join his former club Electric, who are without an all-out striker so far this season. The Nigerian has been denied a permanent starting place, since Dedebit has a number of strikers it relies on, like Getaneh Kebede and Dawit Fekadu. Electric is also on the lookout for a goalkeeper, to replace the Nigerian Emmanuel Fevo, who returned home last month.