Cosmos land Malawian signings

2015-07-17 09:27
Jomo Sono (Gallo)

Cape Town - Newly promoted PSL side Jomo Cosmos have confirmed the signings of two Malawian players in midfielder Micium Mhone and striker Muhammad Sulumba.

Mhone has been signed from Malawian police side Blue Eagles while Alumna is from Mighty Wanderers.

Both players impressed during the COSAFA Cup in May and were invited for trials where they did enough to impress.

Cosmos’ club owner and coach Jomo Sono confirmed the signings together with six other new players.

He said the team was not in the Absa Premiership to simply add up numbers.

"We have been here before and we know what to expect," Sono said.

"We have signed players who will add value to the team as we are not here to add numbers in the PSL but to compete for everything that is there."

Cosmos get their season underway with a trip to Maritzburg United on August 10.

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