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Ajax boosted by new signings

Posted: 2 March 2009 Time: 14:56

Ajax Cape Town has been boosted by new signings Chad Harpur and Romain Carbonnier.

The pair were welcomed by the club chairman George Comitis at the Athlone Stadium at the weekend.

Harpur played his football in the United Kingdom with Scottish Premier League side Kilmarnock. He has also played for Leeds United and Millwall.

The 26-year-old has also had stints with Manning Rangers and Maritzburg United and represented the South African Under-23 team. His return to South Africa is due to his ambition to stake a claim for a place in the national team at senior level ahead of the 2010 World Cup.

Carbonnier, a young Frenchman who played for Ajaccio in the French Ligue 2, is 22-years-old.

Standing 1.8m tall, he played as a striker for Montpellier in Ligue 1 from 2002 to 2005 before he joined Ajaccio in the 2007-08 season.

Previous comments on this story...

posted: 04:02 pm
Ajax plz give Harpur a chance , he will be Khune reserve @ Ba fa na ba fa na. The pirates keepers fails to challenge Itu and dts y he is imbobo naye manje he need challenge dt will be Hu
posted: 04:03 pm
Hayi kabi makhosi amahle arrows will fill the pain on wed
posted: 04:11 pm
I dont think Harpur is a Quality Goal Keeper. He fail the last time he was here is South Africa.
posted: 04:53 pm
-no comment...
posted: 04:56 pm
posted: 04:57 pm
I think this world cup has brought us all the attention. Suddenly everybody wants to come play in Mzansi
posted: 07:21 am
me and Hubert will be back soon.... and wena Moe4eva stop sending me sms's if we are losing....

he he he Doc ubaphethe neh....
posted: 02:24 pm
Harpur looks overweight 2 me!!!!!!!!
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