Cape Town City have confirmed the signings of two more players ahead of their debut campaign in the PSL.
The Cape Town club have added Australia international James Brown and ex-Orlando Pirates goalkeeper Samora Motloung to their squad on Monday.
Brown is the second Australian to be brought into the setup following the arrival of former Western Sydney Wanderers midfielder Matt Sim. The former Melbourne City attacking midfielder now joins Sim and the likes of Latvian defender Renars Rode and Austrian midfielder Roland Putsche as foreigners in Eric Tinkler’s squad.
Motloung returns to Cape Town from the Soweto giants having graduated from Ajax Cape Town. The 21-year-old Khayelitsha shot-stopper will now look to make his mark as pre-season training draws to a close.
The club announced the duo’s arrival early on Monday via their social media platforms.