Shooting Stars unveil three new signings, promote goalkeeper
Shooting Stars Sports Club of Ibadan has announced the signing of three new players ahead of the new season.
Winger Michael Eneruna Moses penned a two-year contract.
Moses last featured for Warri Wolves. He also previously played for Rivers United and Bendel Insurance.
Young midfielder Ambrose Ogundahunsola arrived from an amateur club, Adamimogo FC of Akure.
Ogundahunsola also signed a two-year contract.
Shooting Stars also signed Daddy Abdulrahman from El-Kanemi Warriors on a two-year contract.
The Oluyole Warriors also announced that promising goalkeeper Babatunde Gbolahan has been promoted to the main team from their B Team.
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