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Fourth new signing announced by Cape Town City.Before the team's return to competition this weekend, Cape Town City FC has introduced their fourth new player.

When the Citizens team returns from the mid-season break this weekend to play Royal AM in the Nedbank Cup Round of 32, manager Eric Tinkler will have another fresh face to choose from.

This comes after the club on Wednesday morning confirmed the signing of 18-year-old wonderkid Kajally Drammeh from Real de Banjul.

We scouted Kajally Drammeh, a young, aggressive player from the Gambia, Tinkler added. We've been after him since the beginning of the season, but the deal has just been finalized. Every week, we have been following him in the Gambian league.

"There was a lot of interest from Europe in him, and I think we've managed to snap up a very talented young player before he made that move," said one manager. "He's 18 years old, but shows a level of maturity that [indicates] he's more than capable of already playing at the highest level." He can play wide or as a 10, is very intellectual and creative, as I've already mentioned, and I think his future is quite bright.

As the club's fourth new addition since the January transfer window, Drammeh joins Cape Town on a contract that will last through the conclusion of the 2025–26 season.

Darwin González, a Venezuelan, and Mogamat May, a local striker, were already introduced by the team; on Tuesday, Cameroonian midfielder Brice Ambina was officially announced as a new addition.

A professional football team from South Africa called Cape Town City Football Club competes in the Premier Soccer League (PSL). The original Cape Town City FC football team was established in 1962, and it was reorganized in 2016. The team's training facility is located at Hartleyvale Stadium, the club's old home field from 1962 to 1977, while the squad plays its home games at Athlone Stadium. In 2016, Cape Town City F.C. unveiled a monogram with interwoven characters and gold. On a blue background, CTC is written as Cape Town City.

entire name

Club de football de Cape Town

The Blue and Gold Army, The Citizens

Cape Town City's abbreviation

Established in 1962; 60 years ago

Stadium in Cape Town


League DStv Premiership 2021–22 Owner Michel Comitis, John Comitis Head Coach Eric Tinkler

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