By Khachik Chakhoyan
YEREVAN. – Football in Armenia is getting more active, and the country’s Premiere League teams are preparing for the coming season.
But Kapan city’s FC Gandzasar has some problems with respect to new players. Even though two Belarusian footballers are currently practicing with the team, the Club will probably invite new players, too. And in this connection, former national squad member Hrach Yagan’s transfer is noteworthy. Yagan will play with the team in Sochi, Russia, FC Gandzasar Executive Manager Vladimir Arakelyan told Armenian News-NEWS.am.
But the most active player selection is being conducted by Gyumri city’s FC Shirak. The Club is already trying out five foreign players.
Armenian Premiere League’s top three teams—FC Pyunik, FC Banants, and FC Mika—already announced that they will rely on their own footballers. But at the same time Pyunik is trying out Armenian players from abroad.
Armenia’s current champion FC Ulis already has achievements in terms of new players.
Dilijan city’s FC Impulse has no new players officially, but the team is continuing its selections, and new contracts are not ruled out.
Capital Yerevan’s FC Ararat is also preparing for the new season, but there no new information on its future course of action.