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31st Jan 2015

Former Cameroon international and all round good guy Joseph N’Do has signed with Sligo amateur side

Masterstroke of transfer business

Darragh Murphy

Step aside Juan Cuadrado, the biggest move of the transfer window has just gone through.

Joseph N’Do, who has 21 caps for Cameroon, has put pen to paper on a dream move to Arrow Harps, who play in the second tier of the Sligo Leitrim League.

Photo via Sligo Leitrim & District Soccer LeagueSligo Leitrim & District Soccer League

We all know the 38-year-old best from his lengthy spell with Sligo Rovers but the attacking midfielder is revered around the capital from his time with Shamrock Rovers, Shelbourne, St Pats and Bohemians.

A statement on Arrow Harp’s Facebook page reads:

“We are very proud and excited to announce the signing of Sligo Rovers legend Joseph Ndo .. We would like to welcome Joey into our club and hopefully he can help develop the young talent that we have in abundance .. Many thanks to Kieran Mullaney (our senior team manager) and to Ivor Parke ( main club sponsor ) for showing the foresight to make this happen …

We also wish Joey all the best on his new coaching venture .. He is a brilliant role model to our youth and I expect he will be busy over the coming months training teams far and wide.”

 We’re not too sure why ol’ Dharmesh Sheth hasn’t mentioned this coup yet, he’s missed a trick here.


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