The management of Nimba United Football Club (NUFC) commonly called “The Mountaineers” are pleased to inform its many supporters and sympathizers that we have agreed a deal with player Mustapha Lomell to leave the Club.
News reaching Liberia sportsonline has confirmed that the player and the team mutually agreed to leave . Also Since he was transfered to the Club Lomell played an integral role in keeping United among the elite teams in the country.
Like other young players at the club, Lomell developed so rapidly.
Lomell who signed for Nimba United after the 2014-2015 National County Sports Meet reportedly waved his share of the transfer deal to United to part of deal.
Under the contract BYC will also pay the Liberia Football Association (LFA) percentage of the deal. As part of the clauses agreed upon, United stand to benefit 25 percent should the player get any international contract.
He was signed from than Third Division Side Tony after his splendit performence for Nimba County in the 2014-2015 National County Sports Meet. The club also wish him well in his career.
In a related development Nimba United goalkeeper Emmanuel Deanneh has described the departure of striker Mustapha Lomell as a blow to the team, but is optimistic that the team remains a formidable force on the local scene.
Deanneh said Lomell was a key figure at the club, noting his eagerness to play and commitment to the Club duties was something that inspired most players.
The former Nimba County Meet star officially joined Barrack Young Controller (BYC) on Wednesday for an undisclosed fee after spending two seasons at the Mount Barclay supported Club.He is the third big name player to have left the Mountaineers in recent time for BYC following in the footsteps of former Lone Star goalkeeper Nathaniel Sherman and defender Kemoh Kamara.
Goalkeeper Deanneh has at same urged the club to get into the market and find a replacement for striker.“Mustapha will certainly be missed. He always inspires everyone at the club to play football. He was really committed to the team. I think we have to find his replacement right now,” he said.
Deanneh is however optimistic that United is still a force to reckon with despite the departure of Lomell. “I think Nimba United is still one of the biggest teams in the country. Lot of big name players have the club and we have not lost our reputation. I mean Titus Cooper, Kossi Adetu, Kemoh Kamara, Sherman and the list goes on,” the United stopper said on Thursday.