Good news for relegation threatened Dedebit Fc


Dedebit’s new refreshing attitude is good news for football fans that were lost in a dilemma watching the club which only five years ago won a championship, suddenly lose everything and was faced with possibly fading out of the picture like Dashen Bira did three years ago.
Dedebit finished the first round bottom of the table with a shocking record of one win one draw and twelve defeats conceding 23 goals while scoring only three. It was a nightmare for many who thought the former champions would fade out of the picture.
Suddenly the huge financial setback that shackled the team from participating in the winter transfer market lifted off. Now they are actively taking part in rebuilding the squad with fresh faces. The club’s first move was bringing back former coach Daniel Tsehaye who knows the inside out of the club. He came through the ranks with Dedebit. The backbreaking task of Dedebit’s future now lies on the shoulders of Daniel.
The second huge move is rebuilding the team including obtaining three foreign players. Second spell with the team the attacking mid fielder from Equatorial Guinea Roben Obama is expected to help Dedebit with his long experience at the higher leagues while last season with Mekele Ghanaian striker Nuhu Fuseini is to spearhead Dedebit’s strike force to salvage The Blues from relegation.
The 29 year old Fuseini had firsthand knowledge of Ethiopia Football therefore is expected to play a huge role in “The Save Dedebit” campaign. The 26 year old giant defender Anotonio Abawla is to take full command of Dedebit’s defense that boasts goal keeper Rashid Matwsi and defender Akwer Chamo.