Durian Lover Yeung
Rancher Rabbits graduate Nolan Yeung left on a free transfer to downtown fourth division club Durian Lovers United today, over some interest from Woodland's Glory Paradiso. Yeung had been considered a bit of a late bloomer, as he extended his stay at the Rabbits on his coaches' recommendation, to polish up his skillset.
As it stands, Yeung has shown himself to be quite useful in most midfield and attacking positions, moreover grabbing himself a hat-trick against Angono United Jr a couple of months back. "And above all that, he's a natural leader of men." Rabbits scout Tong Han Kong rated. "He's someone all the team looks up to, which can't be said for some of our more-talented guys."
Meanwhile, French Division Six side Bio-Foot came in for Grilled International trainee goalkeeper Rabaha bin Jerah - also seventeen - who had initially not quite made the grade at Kingdom of unexpected treasure; Rabaha's development had been described as mostly average by his Busy Bees coaches, but his ease with the ball at his feet might have had Bio-Foot give him a second look.