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MBABANE – The two players have passed their trials at Royal Leopard Football Club.

The club has signed a two-year contract for Ivory Coast’s Ronald Gosse and Uganda-born Enos Yunus. According to the club’s Public Relations Officer (PRO) Frank Hurube negotiations with agents of both players were complete. The duo started training with Leopards on Monday ahead of the 2019/2020 league season and Eswatini Telecom Charity Cup which will resume on August 11, 2019.

“Talks with the agents of both players are complete. We have signed a two-year contract for each of them. They are happy and so are we. They will be great assets to our team as we are looking forward to a fruitful season starting with the Charity Cup,” said Hurube.

Gosse is a top striker and is said to be fresh from the Republic of China and Yunus is a midfielder from one of the top teams in Uganda. The players also received a warm welcome from Royal Eswatini     Police Services Acting National Commissioner, William Dlamini, last Saturday during the club’s get-together, which was celebrated at Sidvokodvo Riders Ranch.

The event was a celebration of the team’s achievements in the previous season and a road plan for the new one. Dlamini was quoted saying Royal Leopard Football Club was their ‘new home away from home’ and were warmly welcomed as members of Leopard’s squad.

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