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Angolan forward Osvaldo Capemba ‘Capita’ reinforces Estrela da Amadora

Angolan striker Osvaldo Capemba 'Capita' is the latest addition to Estrela da Amadora, announced this Tuesday the emblem that disputes the II Portuguese professional football league.


The 20-year-old left winger represented Trofense last season, on loan from French side Lille, in which he played in 10 matches and scored four goals.

Internationally capped on three occasions by the 'Palancas Negras', Capita thus becomes the 19th new face of the squad led by Sérgio Vieira.

Before that, goalkeepers Bruno Brígido (former Feirense), António Filipe (former Nacional) and Guilherme Fernandes (former Amora) arrived and defenders Kialonda Gaspar (former Sagrada Esperança), Hervertton Santos (former Sporting B) , Erivaldo Almeida (former Grêmio Novorizontino, Brazil), Amir Feratovic (former Rome, Italy) Lucas Rafael (former Boa Esporte, Brazil), Jean Felipe (former Sporting da Covilhã), Rui Correia (former Nacional), João Reis (former Varzim) and Shinga (former Youth of Évora).

Midfielders Sebastián Guzmán (ex-Once Caldas, Colombia) and Mário Balbúrdia (former 1.º de Agosto) and forwards Gustavo Henrique ( former Penafiel), Ronald (former Guarani, Brazil), Papalélé (former Montalegre) , Yuri Jonathan (former Capivariano, Brazil) and Luan Capanni (former AC Milan, Italy) complete the list of reinforcements.

After three rounds in the II Liga, Estrela da Amadora shares fifth place with Farense, Feirense and Tondela, with five points, the result of a victory against Benfica B (2-1) and two draws.

In the next round, the 'tricolors' will host FC Porto B, at Estádio Magalhães Pessoa, in Leiria, their home on loan.

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