Team manager Dr. Kenton Sade told Star Sports that the English goalkeeper has been secured under a contract to play with the team in the forthcoming O-league. The league starts next month.
“Yes, I can confirm that the eyed English goalkeeper has been secured.”
He however could not reveal any information about his background including his arrival date until such a time it is made official to do so.
The Solomon Warriors have engaged Brian Kaltack and Nemani Roqor from Vanuatu on their side as part of their preparations towards the upcoming OFC champ league soon.
These are the first two international players to team up with the club since scouting for players as of last year.
Dr Kenton added they still maintain their interest in Henry Fa’arodo Junior and Benjamin Totori but still awaits confirmation.
Meanwhile, the New Zealand based coach Brendan Critchen has also been given green light and have earlier reported in the media that he is expected in the country this Friday.
Critchen will be working alongside Moses Toata and Batram Suri as the head coach.
By Bradford Theonomi
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