Ma Pau SC has joined the fight against minor league offenders making a bold statement this week by entering midfielder Rennie Britto on its transfer list.
The club issued a statement on Tuesday that they are willing to entertain any offers for the midfielder who breached his contract over the Easter weekend by participating in minor league football.
Britto, who recently signed a two-year extension ending December 2011 at Ma Pau that is estimated to be worth over $120,000.00, was one of many Pro League players who participated in the Bourg Mulatresse tournament over the weekend.
“Ma Pau is taking a stance with the League in terms of minor league football participation by our players,” the Ma Pau statement said. “It’s unfortunate, but players aren’t serious about professional football and we are of the clear opinion that players are not pushing towards becoming professionals.”
Ma Pau has also imposed a fine on Britto in its effort to crack down on minor league offenders.
Police FC and San Juan Jabloteh are also in the fight against minor league having offenders in the very same tournament.
Police FC are withdrawing six(6) of its players from the 2010 roster until futher notice for participating in the Bourg Mulatresse tournament. Those players goalkeeper Emmanuel Nurse, Jason James, Kaaron Foster, Randy Britto, Hayden Janes and Terryl Alwin.
Meantime Jabloteh player/coach Marvin Oliver has been stripped of his assistant coach responsibilities at the club, plus received a fifty percent cut in salary for the month along with teammate Noel Williams.