An Angolan midfielder has been unveiled at a Premier Soccer League club as part of the team's plans for promotion next season.
Following their disappointing league campaign during the 2020/21 season after finishing in 14th place on the GladAfrica Championship log, Cape Town Spurs have added midfielder Moisés Pedro Amor to their roster to boost their chances of a return to the top-flight.
“Cape Town Spurs have completed the signing of Moisés Pedro Amor. The 21-year-old Angolan, who represented 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 a versatile midfielder who can also operate at both left and right-back,” the Mother City club confirmed on its official website.
“I need to work hard every day. My goal is to play in the DStv Premiership and I hope to help Spurs win promotion so we can achieve that goal together,” said Amor, as quoted on the club’s website.
Amor is the third signing for the Urban Warriors after the arrival of Jarrod Moroole and Colin Ryan at Ikamva.
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