A-League cellar dwellers Melbourne Victory have bolstered their attacking shares for the remainder of the season with signing of Bruce Kamau.
Kamau, 27, has joined the Victory on mortgage from Greek Tremendous League membership OFI Crete.
The previous Australian under-23 worldwide has beforehand had spells with three different A-League golf equipment – Western Sydney Wanderers, Melbourne Metropolis and Adelaide United – and gained the championship with the Reds in 2016.
Victory coach Tony Popovic, whose attacking shares have been hit with Nani’s season-ending knee harm and Nick D’Agostino’s departure for Norwegian membership Viking, mentioned Kamau would add a “dynamic factor” to his aspect.
“Bruce is a gifted ahead who has proved himself at A-League degree and we’re trying ahead to bringing his expertise and attributes into our aspect,” Popovic mentioned.
“Bruce has spent a while in a European league to progress as a footballer and we imagine the surroundings at Melbourne Victory will permit us to carry the most effective out of him.”
Kamau, who is offered for choice on Friday night time when the Victory host Wellington Phoenix at AAMI Park, mentioned he was “thrilled to be heading again to the A-League” after 18 months in Greece.
“I’ll be trying to make use of this era to offer every part I’ve for the membership and the followers, and to assist carry Melbourne Victory to the place they belong,” he mentioned.
The Victory have misplaced eight of their 13 matches this season, and are but to get well – on and off the sector – from the sanctions imposed on them after a bunch of their followers invaded the pitch throughout December’s Melbourne derby.