With less than six days remaining until Omonoia’s pre-season training begins, supporters are growing increasingly frustrated due to the club’s lack of transfer activity. The departure of eight players in May has only heightened concerns, as the club has managed to secure just two signings, both of which have been deemed underwhelming by the fanbase.

Adding fuel to the fire, the club recently released information about the Privilege Card, a move that has infuriated many supporters. Fans feel that the club’s hierarchy is prioritising financial income over the much needed player recruitment, exacerbating their frustration and confusion about the club’s direction.

The uncertainty extends to the control of transfers, with fans remaining in the dark and losing faith in the club’s ambitions. The lack of transparency has led to growing discontent among the supporters, who are desperate for clarity and decisive action from the club’s management.

In terms of potential signings, Omonoia has been linked with Bosnian midfielder Mateo Maric and Argentinian winger Sebastian Palacios. However, our sources indicate that Maric is currently in talks with a Swiss club, while Palacios’ wage demands exceed Omonoia’s budget. These developments only add to the supporters’ concerns about the club’s ability to attract and secure quality talent.

As the clock ticks down to the start of pre-season training, Omonoia’s management faces mounting pressure to address these issues and restore confidence among their loyal supporters.