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As usual, quietly and swiftly, Confederation Cup quarterfinalist St. George brought onboard four new players for the coming new season. Two of the new players are expected to be included in today’s formation.
While other clubs, especially those which belong to government institutions, are submitting requests or forming committees to effect player transfers, St. George moved quietly and swiftly to bag five new players, including Nigerian Samuel Shanumi from Electric. The amount of money involved in the transfer process was not disclosed.
What is surprising above all is the participation of two of the newly-signed players for today’s match against Stade Malien of Mali.
Harar Brewery and the Ethiopian National team goalkeeper Samson Assefa is back in his old club for a second stint. After three seasons under Bulgarian Coach Yordan Stoykov of Electric FC, Samuel Shanumi is said to have had enough with the Power Company, and has now joined St. George.
Unconfirmed sources close to the club said Shanumi pocketed 500,000 birr by signing a contract with the club plus USD 500 a month as salary for a two-year contract. Shanumi is expected to lead the strike force today, pairing either with Adane Girma or Oumed Oukri, who returned from Libya on Thursday.
The rising star, Insurance’s defender Salhadin Bargecho is the other player that was signed on and is ready to play today in central defense, pairing with Degu Debebe. Commercial Bank’s attacking midfielder Fetsum Teferi and Dedebit’s right fullback Behailu Assefa are the other players who have put pen to paper.