It has been very quiet in the transfer market for Bet9jaSociaLiga clubs this season. But we finally have something to report after Royals seem to have signed a free agent.
The SociaLiga side, the Royals Football Club, have strengthened their team ahead of the crucial stage of the 2019 Bet9jaSociaLiga.
The Royal Army have added to their squad following the signing of the free agent, Akin Richard, aka Godson.
This much thesocialiga.com gathered from the player who took to his official Twitter account to confirm the transfer.
“It’s official, ” Richard’s posted said in part. “I have been signed by TheRoyalsFC to bolster their attack.”
Richard, a free agent, becomes the second addition of the transfer window for the Royals following the initial arrival of former All Black captain, Scott Obilo.
He can’t wait to get started and has promised to ‘bring more heat’ to the Liga.
“I’m grateful for this opportunity to showcase my skills and take this great team forward. I’m bringing more heat [the] Socialiga, ” he added.
With the Bet9jaSociaLiga entering week 7 next weekend, the Royals would be hoping Richard can help the club improve on their current standing on the Liga table.
Royals have a double game week on MD7, they take-on Alimosho in an early kickoff at the Legacy Pitch in Surulere, before battling the Citizens later on at the same venue.
The Royals are seventh on the log, two points behind fourth-placed Cubs Football Club, who occupy the last playoff spot.
Samuel Eto’O hangs famous boots.
Former Cameroon international Samuel Eto’O has retired from the game that brought him so much fame and accolades.
Eto’o confirmed he had called it quits on Saturday, after almost two decades of giving his all to the game
The former Real Madrid, RCD Mallorca, Barcelona, Inter Milan and Chelsea retires having won so many trophies and awards.
He won the AFCON twice with the Indomitable Lions, the Olympics Gold, and was capped 118 times by Cameroon, scoring 56 goals, the most by any Cameroonian.
Eto’O also won the African footballer of the year four times amongst other club titles.
He remains the only African to have won three UEFA Champions League titles.