Orange National League Late Transfer News Roundup

In the Women’s division, Determine Girls Guinean forward Bountou Sylla agreed to a fresh deal that will see her stay at the club until 2026.  

Following the closure of the Orange national league transfer window on October 4, Daily Observer Sports desk brings you a roundup of some of the late transfers completed during the period.

In the Women’s division, Determine Girls Guinean forward Bountou Sylla agreed to a fresh deal that will see her stay at the club until 2026. The 21-year-old had a decent debut season at the club, helping them to win their first-ever league title and became one of the first two Guineans to win the Orange Women’s division league title. She recorded 15 goals and 19 assists in 15 league games.

There was no new signing announced by the club aside from South Sudan’s women’s national team captain Amy Lasu, a deal that is said to have collapsed.

Another Guinean, Kadiatu Sylla, has penned an additional one season extension deal with Earth Angels. Kadiatu was among four Guinean players that moved to the Orange women’s division league during the previous league season and won the Petro Trade Cup with the club -- the first Guinean to win the title.

The club also announced that her compatriot, Mariam Soumah, will return to the club after staying away for the 2nd half of the season for unknown reasons. In more transfer news, World Girls are leaving no stone unturned in their quest to win titles next season. The club in late September announced two additional signings including a Nigerian Chidinma Onwuka from Delta Queens FC and former Shaita FC’s defender, Choice Topkah, on a three- and two-season deal, respectively. This came weeks after the club completed the signing of Guinean international Damaye Camara.

In the men’s division, LISCR FC made use of the transfer market by securing the signatures of three former BYC-II players. The trio includes Rufus Padmore, left-back Sabastian Teclar, and forward Daniel Toe, all from BYC-II.

Staying in the first division, midfielder Dennis Wesseh returned to his home club Freeport FC by penning a three-season deal from Watanga.  Freeport also announced two additional signings that included Joseph Nimely from BYC-II, Chenoweth Momo from FC Fassell on a three-season deal each. In the second division, Jubilee had a busy shopping time after announcing nine new signings. 

List of Jubilee’s new signings: 

  • Abraham Jackson from PYS FC
  • Jerry Ruben Grant- Free Agent
  • Jahem Sieh from BYC-II
  • Marc Daniel from Freeport FC
  • Christopher Karpeh from Freeport FC
  • Diamond K. Sharba from Freeport FC
  • Cornelius Smith -- Free Agent
  • Nicholas P. Slewion from Heaven Eleven FC (Loan)
  • Jeremiah Karpeh -- Free Agent