Absa Premiership

City add fourth January signing

2017-01-31 13:40
Eric Tinkler (Gallo Images)

Cape Town - Cape Town City have been one of the busiest clubs during the January transfer window and added a fourth signing to their squad with the capture of Letsie Koapeng.

Koapeng, who was previously on the books of Orlando Pirates and was playing in the National First Division with Stellenbosch FC, is a versatile attacking player.

He joins Siyabonga Dubula, Edmilson Dove and Raphael Georgiades on the list of players who have signed for the Citizens in January. Dove is a Mozambique international who was plying his trade for Ferroviario Maputo.

Dubula was playing for FC Cape Town in the NFD and is regarded as a top prospect at the age of 22. Meanwhile, Georgiades is a promising youth product who will likely feature more for the MultiChoice Diski Challenge side.

City resume Premiership action on February 7 with a clash against Highlands Park.

Eric Tinkler's men are tied at the top of the table and will no doubt look to maintain their title challenge in 2017.

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