3 Brazilian players sign in Cape Town, New coach confirmed
By Lexuco | self meida writer
Published 1 months ago - 1437 views
Three Brazilian players Elisio Batista da Conceição Junior, Igor Ferreira Neto de Oliveira and Kassiano Soares Mendonça have shown up in Cape Town to additional their vocations in Mzansi in the 2020/21 season. ￼￼
As affirmed by Cape Town Spurs, the three players have become the furthest down the line increments to their crew as the club is making endeavors to improve results and position on the log after a moderate beginning to the season in the subsequent level group.
The three players join their comrade Jairo Souza da Silva who is now with the Ikamva-based outfit subsequent to getting paperwork done for the club recently.
Then, the Mother City club has affirmed naming Ian Taylor as the group's lead trainer, with previous striker Nathan Paulse set to help him in his specialized group.
Source: Soccer Laduma
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