CQFC players L-R Dimitri Kondilis, Yianni Kondilis, Jordan Millar, Tolu Kayodi, Bryce Ruthven, Jordan Polkinghorne and Douglas Neill are hoping to continue playing soccer for Central Queensland in the Premier League despite CQFC losing its licence. Photo: Chris Ison / The Morning Bulletin
CQFC players L-R Dimitri Kondilis, Yianni Kondilis, Jordan Millar, Tolu Kayodi, Bryce Ruthven, Jordan Polkinghorne and Douglas Neill are hoping to continue playing soccer for Central Queensland in the Premier League despite CQFC losing its licence. Photo: Chris Ison / The Morning Bulletin Chris Ison

'Everyone is pretty gutted' CQFC Energy player Miller says

CENTRAL Queensland FC Energy players were shell-shocked yesterday after learning about the club's demise.

The players were told about Football Queensland's decision to withdraw the Energy's licence for this year's National Premier Leagues Queensland competition at a meeting on Tuesday night.

It's left them on the search for a game.

"Everyone is pretty gutted. A lot of the boys didn't see it coming," local product Jordan Miller said yesterday.



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