Angolan international Hugo Marques who dramatically left Cape Town City 48 hours ago has been unveiled by another club. The 36 year old goalkeeper asked to be released by last seasons DSTV Premiership runners up Cape Town City citing "personal reasons". The Cape Tonian side confirmed that they will not stand in the players way as they wish he can go attend to his problems.
The goalkeeper who won DSTV Premiership goalkeeper of the season for the 2021/2022 season will look to continue his displays for the Angolan club. Petro De Luanda are known for their giant killing nature as they knocked out Mamelodi Sundowns in last seasons CAF Confederations Cup quarterfinals.
The player was announced by Petro de luanda on their official social media pages. The pmayer stands a chance to meet his former employers in the CAF Champions League if City progress from the first Preliminary rounds.
[ Source: https://www.idiskitimes.co.za/international/african-football/marques-announced-in-angola/ ]
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