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During the current transfer period, Amakhosi has been looking for a new striker, The team is in dire need of a striker since they have been having trouble scoring goals up front.

Several strikers were previously given trials at Amakhosi's village.

However none of the players that were hosted were able to make an impression on the team instead, Edmildon Dove was signed as a left back.

Burundian striker Bonfils-Caleb Bimenyimana's trial stint with Amakhosi was apparently extended because the team was reportedly satisfied by his performance nonetheless, the player was eventually released by the team.

As the team looks to sign him after their hunt for a striker is through, reports surfaced that Amakhosi had a change of heart regarding that A striker doesn't produce any results.

The player's transfer to the team is reportedly complete, and he is anticipated to play this season.

According to the most recent sources the player has already entered the nation before joining Amakhosi.

The player's flight took off from Kigali International Airport last night Wednesday at 22:30 and it touched down at OR Tambo International Airport Thursday, August 18 at 0:55.

The player though is already aware with some of Amakhosi's surroundings because he trained there for three weeks while he was on trial before the club decided not to sign him.

The player has participated in a few club-sponsored exhibition matches where he also successfully scored a few goals.

The player is a replacement for the natural number nine that Amakhosi lacked to begin the season.


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