FC Dacia Chişinău have made wholesale changes ahead of next week's first qualifying round tie with Montenegro's FK Zeta, signing seven new players as seven others depart.
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FC Dacia Chişinău have made wholesale changes ahead of next week's meeting with FK Zeta, signing seven new players as seven others depart with three more also set to leave.
The list of arrivals is topped by a trio of Georgian players, with David Gamezardashvili and Levan Korgalidze switching from FC Zestafoni and Mamuka Lomidze swapping MFK Ružomberok for the Moldovan capital. Midfielders Oleg Sischin and Mykola Glega (both from FC Olimpia Bălţi), Andrei Cojocari (CSCA-Rapid Chişinău) and forward Vladimir Dragovozov (FC Viitorul Orhei) complete the seven.
The Moldovan side face a race against time to have them ready for next Thursday's UEFA Europa League first qualifying round opener in Montenegro. Adam Ismailov, Ion Arabadji, Mogamed Khaskhanov, Serghei Maximov, Dumitru Bacal, Anatoliy Matkevich and Alexandru Grossu will not travel after being released, while Anatolie Boestean, Gock Habib and Iurie Soimu have all been put on the transfer list.