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Brazilians arrives in Vanuatu

The signings, which have been hailed as amongst the most significant in the history of the club, were arranged by Amicale vice president Andrew Leong and discussions over the deal have stretched out over six months.
Leong is pleased to have finally secured the signatures of the Brazilian pair and says they will be expected to produce the goods.
“I welcome the Brazilians to Vanuatu to my club Amicale. They will start their trials on Monday for a week and the same message go to the two players and all import players that if they don’t perform to the level that the club is satisfied with will be sent back,” he warns.
The ranks of the Reds have included several foreign stars in the past – players from Solomon Islands, Fiji and Australia have all been lured to Port Vila – but Moura and Da Cruz will become the first Brazilians to join the club.
Striker Moura will link up with the likes of talisman Fenedy Masauvakalo and Kensi Tangis in the Amicale attack while midfielder Da Cruz will look to provide the ammunition for that talented front line.
Both players were at Port Vila stadium received a warm welcome from over 4000 fans and watch Amicale beat Spirit 08 FC 3-0.

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