President of Montego Bay United, Orville Powell says his club is in transition as rookies make up the bulk of the team competing in this season’s Red Stripe Premier League.

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He says the team will be made up of novices because a number of senior players left the club in the off-season.

Those senior players include Jamaica national team representative Owayne Gordon — who’s on loan at San Antonio FC in the USL in the United States.

According to Powell, his team will come good in time.

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He says he’s looking forward to the start of the league after his club was embroiled in a recently settled disagreement with the JFF over unpaid funds.

But, he says the delay has slowed the preparations of his team.

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