Two new foreigners for Birkirkara

Birkirkara FC continued to revamp their squad with the signing of two foreign players – Brazilian defender Renato Bezerra Camilo and Czech defender Martin Klein.

Twenty-three year old Renato Camilo played for Santa Cruz, Gremio, Belo Jardim, Mogi Mirim and Inter de Lages in Brazil while thirty-three year old Klein started his career with Boby Brno and then played for Sparta Prague and Teplice before moving to Turkey to join Konyaspor. Following a spell with Ferencvaros in Hungary, he returned to the Czech Republic to re-join Teplice but then moved to Kazakhstan to join FC FC Kaysar Kyzylorda and later to China to join FC Zhetysu.

Bruno Andrade started his career with Santo Andre in Brazil and later played for Audax Rio before moving to Reggina. He played for Helmond Sport in the Netherlands, Sint-Truiden in Belgium, Willem II in the Netherlands and finally Hapoel Kfar Saba in Israel.

Birkirkara, now under the guidance of coach Peter Pullicino, had earlier secured the services of Jake Grech, Brandon Muscat, Llywelyn Cremona, Luke Montebello, David Cassar and Brazilians Lucas Maia and Bruno Andrade.