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Done Deal: Rebuilding Legon Cities FC To Unveil Three Poster Signings

Accra based Legon Cities Football Club are set to unveil three new poster signing ahead of the resumption of local football.

The nation’s most branded football entity endured a torrid in their maiden season under their new name and have moved quickly to arrest the sinking ship with over 10 new faces.

The mass arrival will see the players unveiled in badges with the first set of players expected to be unleashed in the coming days.

Former Simba SC and Ebusua Dwarfs FC forward, Nicholas Gyan, leads the trio that included Samuel Norgbey and Baba Mahama.

Gyan starred in East Africa for Tanzania based Simba Sporting Club at the continental level and has been tipped as the man to lead the resurrection of the Royals.

Known as the football president, Baba Mahama is a household name in Ghana football and left his mark at the Nana Ohene Ameyaw Park in Techiman before heading to the Baba Yara Stadium in Kumasi.

His quick feet will undoubtedly open spaces for the attacking players to feast once football returns.

Former Wa All Stars FC and Bolga All Stars FC attacker, Samuel Norgbey, completes the list of first badge of players set to be unveiled by the ambitious Legon Cities FC.

Close sources revealed that the club will Hijack the media traffic with a strange signing that will shake the transfer market to the rafters.

Legon Cities FC rerouted Ghana’s media traffic onto themselves with some unique branding only to fail woefully on the pitch with some suffocating home defeats.

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