Oilers to Refund LISCR
The Oilers of LPRC are quite unconvincing in the ongoing LFA
national league as they continue to show a very patchy
performance to the discontentment of their faithful.
Some say they have an ageing squad, others complain on the lack of
incisive playmakers, while others believe the lack of
quality strikers who can really finish is causing them
dearly. But, while the problems continue others insist that
the technical crew has serious problem relative to selection
with the trust given to just few players who are always
selected for league matches in spite of them not being
regular during training or effective during said matches.
However, why the search for the reasons leading to the
team’s dismal showing this season continues there has being
an agreement to repay fellow premiership side LISCR FC for
player Joshua ‘Oilers’ Morris who according to the Oilers
officials was sold to LISCR for LD$49,000.00.
According to the Oilers camp, they have since communicated
with authorities of LISCR to give them back their player
Morris where they would provide them refund. But, whether
this will actually come to bear remains unlikely. It seems
the Oilers are taking the transfer of a player like one
buying a good from a store and then decide to take it back
in requesting for refund.
The Oil boys officials insist “We have since talked to LISCR
FC officials to have us get back our skillful Joshua Morris
who they paid LD 49,000.00 to transfer. “We will pay them
back their money as we need Morris more than they need him”,
Why then in the first place the Oilers had to let him go if
they claim they need him more than LISCR is what many are
itching to know.