Mpumalanga Black Aces have confirmed the signing of Ghanaian defender, Kwabena Adusei, as well as strikers, James Bell and Darren Lurie.
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The crew first reported in May that AmaZayoni had signed Adusei, but now the club has finally confirmed that the Hearts of Oak defender has indeed put pen-to-paper at the club.
“AmaZayoni are delighted to finally announce the signing of Ghana international defender Kwabena Adusei, who was an integral part of the Black Stars' campaign during the CHAN tournament in January.
“The 27 year old, who was until recently with Asante Kotoko in his home country, made his Black Stars debut in 2012, but narrowly missed out on a place in Kwesi Appiah's Brazil 2014 World Cup squad,” read a statement on the official Aces Facebook account.
Meanwhile, AmaZayoni also announced that they have managed to secure the signatures of Bell and Lurie, both on two-year contracts.
The duo had been training with Aces for some time and last week, Aces coach Clive Barker, told the Siya crew that he was impressed with Lurie.
Lurie was released by Swallows at the end of last season after making only two appearances for the Dube Birds.
Bell on the other side is a former Ajax Cape Town player, who was looking for a football home after things didn’t work out favourably for him at Golden Arrows two seasons ago.
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Now the 20-year-old striker has finally found one at AmaZayoni.