Brazilian Club Signs Dweh Allison

Invisible Eleven’s forward Dweh Allison has broken the record after signing for a top Brazilian club. Details gathered from posted on July 25th, 2011 said CDS Soccer in partnership with Lucksports has signed the 21-year-old Liberian striker, who also plays with the national team, the Lone Star player with Brazilian Serie A Club, EC PALMEIRAS.

Allison considered the best forward in Liberia and last year’s top scorer in the country and is the first Liberian ever to play for a top Brazilian club. Sources within the former Liberia FCAK forward revealed that Dweh will have to wait until his local club Invisible Eleven and the Liberia Football Association release the Player International Transfer Certificate this week.

It is the second time for the Liberian to hate high in less than a year; Dweh missed on a perfect deal with Egyptian top flight El Goanna when the political unrest broke out in that country.

He had earlier made a tryout and was due to land a US$80,000.00 transfer fee to Invisible Eleven. Although the amount associated with the Brazilian club signing the Liberian is unknown for now, all efforts will be applied to get the full sum in our subsequent publication.

Isaac Pupo Secures Swedish Deal

Lone Star’s holding midfielder Isaac Pupo, formerly of Greek top flight Panionios, has joined Swedish delegation Hammarby FC for the second phase of the Swedish Allsvenskan league.

The Swedish club tipped off Pupo, and chose to offer him a tryout after checking the references to invite him for trial training.  According to details from Hammarby FC, Isaac Pupo will be ready for a play at home game against Ljungskile 8 August.

He has been training with Hammarby for nearly four weeks; the Liberian described Stockholm as an incredibly beautiful city and was impressed by its quietude and sparkling look.

The first thing he heard was that Hammarby has many supporters; it’s always fun to get into a club that [has] many fans, and from what I’ve seen so far, it seems to be so in Hammarby”, Pupo said.

The midfielder signed a year deal, but Hammarby has negotiated an option to extend the contract by three years after Pupo is acclimated to the team and Swedish football.

“A contract of this type gives us the security to be absolutely sure before we sign a longer contract. It is important to us because we obviously care about our economy”, he added.

Speaking to fans, Pupo said, “The most important thing of all is that it goes well for the team. I am a team player, and I hope to contribute to helping the team to success.

The most important thing in football is that it will go well for me as a player, but the players together, the team is successful. But okay, I’m a technical player, who likes to go deep when positions are available. Otherwise, it is important to distribute the ball quickly, and I’m good at receiving and playing.”

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