The management of Kwara United Football Club on Thursday October 26, reportedly informed its players that anyone that had the desired to leave the club was free to go.
The Chairman of the club, Oladimeji Thompson, said this in a statement issued in Ilorin.
Punch reported that he said the team had closed all proceedings for the just concluded 2015/2016 season and would go on break till December 1.
The chairman also said that the club had started drafting its agenda for the next season.
The club finished third on the Nigeria National League Group A2 table behind group winners, Gombe United and second placed Dream International FC of Makurdi.
According to Thompson, the team is expected to resume with just 25 players.
He said that the number of players would be reduced to ensure adequate coordination, discipline, competitiveness and good welfare package.
He thanked the players, coaches and members of staff for their endurance and sacrifice throughout the season.
The chairman also thanked Gov. Abdulfatah Ahmed for his support to the team and the opportunity given him to serve.
He commended the Ministry of Sports and Youth Development, the Sports Council, State Football Association, referees, sports writers, supporters and other stakeholders for their support.
Thompson said the club would work hard to return to the elite division of Nigerian league next season.
He urged the players and technical crew to brace themselves for the challenges ahead.