An international striker who was previously on the books of Cape Town City has been unveiled at a new club.
Following his unsuccessful spell with the Citizens, which saw him part ways with the club at the end of the 2018/19 season, Ghanaian forward Nana Akosah-Bempah has been announced as a new signing for Cape Town Spurs after his injury troubles.
“Cape Town Spurs are excited to announce the signing of Nana Akosah-Bempah. The 23-year-old forward has already started training with the Urban Warriors and could make his debut later this month, having successfully recovered from a hamstring injury,” confirmed Spurs.
“Akosah-Bempah boasts both top-flight and GladAfrica Championship experience. The American-born striker of Ghanian descent, featured for Mpumalanga Black Aces and Cape Town City in the Premiership,” the Ikamva-based outfit added.
“Wonderful, besides the injuries, the stop-start, I’ve really enjoyed my time and feel welcomed by everyone – the staff, the players and I feel at home already so I am excited to get started and help the team,” said Akosah-Bempah, as quoted on Spurs’ website.
“My recovery is going well, a setback last week but it looks like I should be ready soon. We need to start by defending well and getting clean sheets, I think if we do that we give ourselves a chance. If we are not conceding goals and chasing games we can score goals, have a chance to win and climb up the table,” he added.
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