July 5, 2016 By Sahr Morris
After three weeks of trials, Denmark Superliga side Randers FC have confirmed they will not be offering the Sierra Leonean quartet any contract due to lack of tactical ability.
The four players – Christian Moses, Kwame Quee, Mohamed Kamara and Yeami Dunia – had spent three weeks on trial with the Danish outfit, but it was reported that they were unable to convince the club’s sports management.
“There is no doubt that they have some good individual and technical skills, but at the tactical level they lack a little too much for us to see some of them go on to be Premier League stars we want and that’s what we want, it is our focus right now. We wanted to reinforce the squad with that quality,” the Rander FC sports manager Ole Nielsen was quoted by Randers Amtsavis.
However, the quartets were given another opportunity as they were shipped out to Danish first division club FC Roskilde in a bid to revive their hopes of a future in Danish football.
Nielsen admitted that the club will continue to follow their progress with FC Roskilde.
The club was founded in 2004 after a merger between Roskilde Boldklub 1906, Svogerslev Boldklub and Himmelev-Veddelev Boldklub.
In the 2013/2014 season, while playing in Division 2 (East), FC Roskilde set a new Danish league record for the number of consecutive league wins, with 20 wins in a row. The run began with a 2-0 home win against BSV on 22 September 2013 and ended with a 3-1 away win against Nordvest FC on 1 June 2014. The run ended on 9 June, 2014 by a 3-1 home defeat to Nykøbing FC.