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Cape Town City has made its fourth new signing.

Cape Town City FC has added a fourth new player before the team's first game this coming weekend.

This weekend, when the Citizens team plays Royal AM in the Nedbank Cup Round of 32, after taking a break in the middle of the season, manager Eric Tinkler will have another new player to choose from.

This comes after the club announced Wednesday morning that 18-year-old superstar Kajally Drammeh had been signed from Real de Banjul.

Tinkler also said that we looked at Kajally Drammeh, a young, aggressive player from the Gambia. We've been trying to get him since the start of the season, but we just finished the deal. We've been watching him play in the Gambian league every week.

One manager said, "There was a lot of interest in him from Europe, and I think we were able to get a very talented young player before he moved." "He is only 18, but he shows a level of maturity that shows he is more than ready to play at the highest level." He can play wide or as a 10, and I've already said that he's very smart and creative. I think his future looks good.

Drammeh is the fourth new player to join Cape Town since the transfer window opened in January. His contract will last until the end of the 2025–26 season, making him the fourth new player to join the club since January.

The team has already introduced Venezuelan forward Darwin González and local forward Mogamat May. On Tuesday, Cameroonian midfielder Brice Ambina was officially introduced as a new player.

Cape Town City Football Club is a professional football team from South Africa that plays in the Premier Soccer League (PSL). The first Cape Town City FC football team was formed in 1962. In 2016, the team was reorganized. The team trains at Hartleyvale Stadium, which was the club's home field from 1962 to 1977. Athlone Stadium is where the team plays its home games. In 2016, Cape Town City F.C. showed off a monogram with gold letters that were woven together. Cape Town City is written in white letters on a blue background.


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