Livi axe six, it could have been worse

Last updated : 10 February 2004 By Dov

Statement from Krull


Fraser Gray, Joint Administrator of Livingston Football Club, provided this update this afternoon:

“We regret to confirm that, today, six players have been released from Livingston Football Club. It is unfortunate that this decision has been necessary as a result of the ongoing cash flow difficulties, particularly since the players, along with the staff, have shown total professionalism during this difficult period."
“In addition, we are in discussions with a number of other players with regard to their contracts, as we seek to make the right financial decisions, whilst attempting to keep as strong a squad together as possible."
“These tough decisions are vital as we seek to return the club’s finances towards break-even as part of our ongoing efforts to secure the future of Livingston FC”.

The players made redundant today are:

  • Juan José Camacho
  • Francisco Quino
  • Cherif Toure-Maman
  • Tommy English
  • Guy Ipoua
  • Paul McLaughlin

    (Please note, we HAVE permission to use this information from the official Livingston FC site - Dov)