Legon Cities offload Matthew Anim-Cudjoe, Elvis Opoku & NINE other players [FULL LIST]
Ghana Premier League side Legon Cities have terminated the contract of eleven (11) senior players ahead of the 2021/22 season campaign.
Head Coach Maxwell Konadu has asked the management of the Capital based club to axe the eleven players despite their instrumental roles in the club’s survival in the Ghanaian top-flight league last season.
Konadu declared the eleven players which include Ghana U20 attacking midfielder Matthew Anim-Cudjoe as surplus to requirements for their next season’s campaign.
Former Aduana Stars midfielder Elvis Opoku and Richmond Antwi who joined the club prior to the start of the 2020/21 season have been asked to look elsewhere to continue their football career.
Also, the contract of ex-Berekum Chelsea duo Ali Foster Braimah and Justice Anane have been abrogated following their poor output at the club last season.
Attacking duo Raphael Ocloo and Cephas Doku who failed to live up to expectations at the Royals during the 2020/21 season have been offloaded by the club.
Others who have also been deemed as surplus to requirements are Shamus Alhassan, Jonas Anaya, Baba Mahama and Oppong Romeo.
Legon Cities have already acquired the services of Phar Rangers captain Atta Kumi and some young players from lower-tier clubs for the new season.
The Royals are currently preparing for the upcoming season with a preseason exercise in Accra.
Legon Cities escaped the drop zone on the 2020/21 Ghana Premier League final day after defeating Techiman Eleven Wonders at the Accra Sports Stadium.