Absa Premiership

Cameroon striker on trial at Chiefs - report

2017-09-19 18:01
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Cape Town - Cameroon international striker Julien Ebah is reportedly undergoing a trial period with Kaizer Chiefs after being spotted at Naturena recently.

According to a Soccer Laduma report, Ebah was invited for a trial in July with the Glamour Boys, however, he declined as he was looking to move to a club in Cyprus.

Nonetheless, it appears the move did not materialise and he has since taken up Chiefs' invitation.

He will no doubt get to work in the coming days under coach Steve Komphela.

Amakhosi have been on the lookout for new striking options in recent times as at the moment the likes of Bernard Parker and Gustavo Paez are being forced to carry the load in attack.

Trialists have included journeyman striker Darren Lurie as well as Argentine Jonatan Philippe, yet, neither player were deemed good enough to have made the grade at the club.

Ebah, 26, spent last season with Kapaz in Azerbaijan scoring six goals and will now get his chance to show his mettle to Komphela and his technical team.

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