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Nõmme Kalju: 9 players without a contract

Angelo PalmeriComment

Updated on 10th of November  at 15:52 - Alo Bärengrub has a contract until 2015.
Updated on 10th of November at 22:14 - post by Kalju fans official page
Updated on 11th of November at 13:14 - Quintieri leaves Kalju


Most of them could be gone by the end of the year

Most of them could be gone by the end of the year

The season ended bitterly for the 2012 Champions who ended up 4th on the table, it did not happen since 2010.

However, the season 2015 starts already with a lot of question marks that needs to be solved.

Starting from the squad which might start to lose one piece after the other.

Richard Aland, reserve goalkeeper, has already agreed terms with FC Flora. Whereas, ten starts ended their contract during the weekend according to RdS sources: Vitali Teleś, Ken Kallaste, Tihhon Śiśov, Jorge Rodrigues, Hidetoshi Wakui, Martin Vunk, Fabio Prates and Felipe Nunes. The latter has already returned to Brazil for holidays.

Kalju are likely to lose the entire defensive line (Śiśov-Bärengrub-Rodrigues-Kallaste), second best goalkeeper of Premium Liiga (Teleś) and their top-scorer and inspirer (Wakui), unless new contracts will be negotiated and signed in next weeks.

Everything will depend upon the talks that owner Kuno Tehva will hold with Igor Prins, as Tehva himself declared last week. The impression is that they might negotiate a premature end of the contract (otherwise till end of 2015) and Tehva will look for a new gaffer.

With a post in his Facebook page, Damiano Quintieri officially greeted Kalju, Tallinn and Estonia. 'With a post in his Facebook page, Damiano Quintieri officially greeted Kalju, Tallinn and Estonia. 'I want to say thanks to all people that helped me in these 3 years,all my teammates, all fans that gave me all the time power to keep working,all people that work in KALJU because they made me feel at home..we had amazing moments together...it's hard to leave after 3 years.'

On their side, Kalju fans (Roosad Pantrid - Pink Panthers) have already greeted their coach on their Facebook page: 'it's time for a new breath.'