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Temesgen Tekle and Nigerian Philip Dawzi are considered the best bargain of the Ethiopian Premier League mid season transfer window. The acquisition of Commercial Banks of Phillip Dawzi’s services is expected to help it surge to the top of the League table. The former Dedebit FC striker who had been on the bench for much of the first round, joined Hawassa Town for a half-season loan deal and in no time proved his worth for the former champions, who are in a quest for their third League title. According to our sources, Hawassa paid Temesgen 80,000 birr for his signature plus a monthly salary. His two goals in just his first two matches has so far proved that the head coach Zelalem Shiferaw had really gained additional fire power to battle against the heavy weights who have the funds to employ foreign players. Former Dedebit striker, Nigerian Philip Dawzi, has become a sensation hit in the Premier League second round fixtures, also bagging two important goals in his first two matches for his new team Commercial Banks. According to unconfirmed sources Philip signed an eighteen month contract worth 400,000 birr to be paid as monthly salary divided by eighteen. The deal was manna sent from heaven for head coach Wubetu Abate, who was short of accomplished strikers to make real difference in the tournament. Wubetu’s prediction turned out to be true, for the Nigerian turned out to be a real bargain, helping Bank to a home win and an important away draw against Hawassa Town. Bank is a good team to watch with talented midfield players, but had failed to win crucial matches due to the lack of effective strikers, which has led the side to camp in mid-table, currently eighth with 16 points out of 15 matches. Philip might not be active in midfield plays but his effectiveness in producing a winning goal out of the blue is what Bank could certainly capitalize on.