Cape Town City FC announced two more signings yesterday as attacking midfielder James Brown and goalkeeper Samora Motloung both penned two-year deals.

Club owner John Comitis explained that they are very eager to add Brown, 26, to the squad’s attacking force.

“Brown is another addition of an extremely attacking player, who offers plenty of versatility and creativity.

“He had the privilege of playing for Melbourne City, so his experience and his speed will be a big asset for the team.”

On the signing of Samora, 21, Comitis believes the shot-stopper has a bright future ahead with the club.

He adds: “Samora is a very special player.

“After having won U19 Copa Amsterdam Goalkeeper of the Tournament a few years back and then subsequently not making first team at Ajax Cape Town, I was glad he finally managed to secure himself a contract at Orlando Pirates.

“We didn’t hesitate… to bring him back to Cape Town, especially because he’s from Khayelitsha.”