Saint George dreams big and big they must be


In quest of a serious African Champion’s League contention, the Premier League defending champion Saint George signs three foreign players. A record 11th Premier League title appears an easy target and thus secondary agenda for the champions.
Although the players reached the capital before the new head coach from Germany Mike Krugger’s arrival he has a say in the signing of the players. Determined to go on for a new adventure at international arena the 10 time champions sign three foreigners two from Cameroon and one from Ivory Coast. The 23 year old midfielder from Cameroon Aboma Josef is said to be the key signee for his experience at Angolan side Uni-Sport. Aboma’s role is said a play maker Saint’s major problem last season for the team was highly dependent of the defense and the striker that somehow manage to find the back of the net. Having Aboma said some Adane Tefera is sure to finish top scorer for the third season in a row. The striker from Ivory Coast 21 year old Kuna Henry is formerly with Tunisian side Stad Tunis and the attacking midfielder is Dijongo William a 23 year old who played for Angolan side Sporting. Already eight Ethiopian national team players plus goal keeper Odonkara and Ayzak both from Uganda in the squad saint George could be mentioned a side in its own class like the DRC TP Mazembe so famous in the world while little is known about the remaining local sides. The question is whether Saint George ready to dream a big dream like Mazembe? So big like having the club’s own stadium, own airplane and the like.