Ottawa Fury FC, Defender Omar Jarun Mutually Part Ways

Ottawa Fury FC and defender Omar Jarun have mutually parted ways ahead of the 2015 season
Mar 13, 2015

Ottawa Fury FC announced Friday that defender Omar Jarun and the club have mutually agreed to part ways. Jarun's new club will be independently announced.

"Omar is part of the history of our club," Fury FC head coach Marc Dos Santos said. "He played his role in year one bringing professionalism and experience to our club. This decision provides the club with roster flexibility while allowing Omar to find a new challenge abroad. I wish Omar the very best in the next chapter of his career."

Jarun featured in 16 contests for Fury FC during the club's inaugural North American Soccer League (NASL) season, scoring twice, and also represented his native Palestine helping them to the AFC Challenge Cup title to qualify for the 2015 AFC Asian Cup.

"I want to thank Ottawa Fury FC for having me be part of the club's foundation," Jarun sai. "My wife and I enjoyed living in Ottawa and being part of the community. I will continue to remain in touch with my teammates, the front office, and the coaching staff and wish everyone well for the upcoming season and beyond."

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