Norwegian side Brann has informed Daniel Mojsov that he can seek a new club during the winter transfer window.
The reason for the club’s decision is that Mojsov does not fall in the plans of new Brann manager Rikard Norling. Norling, who used to coach Malmö, took charge of Brann at the start of this year. In 2013, Brann finished a disappointing 8th place, so the manager who brought Mojsov to Norway, Rune Skarsfjord, was dismissed. The new coaches have come in and told Mojsov that he is not in their plans, and that it would be best for him to seek a new club.
Mojsov made the following comment to Norwegian newspaper BA, “That’s football. If I find a new club, I will go. If not, I will be here and compete for a spot on the team.” Daniel was then asked if he was disappointed, to which he responded, “That’s how football is. If I find a club that brings a good solution for all parties involved, I will go.”
Furthermore, Mojsov said that he was not sure if there were other clubs interested in his services. He said he will talk to his agent and make a decision in the coming weeks. Brann has a surplus of CB’s on its roster, and Mojsov has been deemed expendable by the new coaching staff.
Daniel made a total of 12 league appearances for Brann during the 2013 season, scoring one goal in the process. However, his stay with Brann will be brief after Mojsov was informed that he is not in the plans of manager Rikard Norling.