Following their baffling alliance crusade during the 2020/21 season in the wake of completing in fourteenth put on the GladAfrica Championship log, Cape Town Spurs have added midfielder Moisés Pedro Amor to their program to help their odds of a re-visitation of the first class.
"Cape Town Spurs have finished the marking of Moisés Pedro Amor. The 21-year-old Angolan, who addressed his country at the 2017 U17 Africa Cup of Nations in Gabon, has joined the Urban Warriors from GladAfrica Championship rivals Royal AM. Moisés is an adaptable midfielder who can likewise work at both left and right-back," the Mother City club affirmed on its authority site.
"I need to buckle down each day. I will probably play in the DStv Premiership and I desire to help Spurs win advancement so we can accomplish that objective together," said Amor, as cited on the club's site.
Love is the third getting paperwork done for the Urban Warriors after the appearance of Jarrod Moroole and Colin Ryan at Ikamva.
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