Song, Kasmi Recruited
Farmer Bunnies' Jeremi Song and Grilled International's Kasmi bin Addie Erwan found new clubs to kick their professional careers off with today, with Song headed for English sixth division newcomers Hawkins Wallyheads, and Kasmi to Swiss Division Seven side Dimis.
Song, who had another pending offer from Finnish VI.782 team FKN Nummenkärki, had been regarded as more of a backroom team leader than anything, during his youth days with the Rancher Rabbits, where he had been frankly a run-of-the-mill playmaker. However, this role was apparently in demand, as the Wallyheads made him their first-ever signing, before bringing Puerto Rican teenager Eduardo Marin after him on the same day.
Kasmi on the other hand had been recognized as a bona-fide multi-dimensional attacker, with the potential to be the sort of winger-forward hybrid that has seen much favour in modern attacks - with a mean free-kick to round it off. "He's been a solid starter at two positions." his scout Daud bin Radiman declared. "With some nuturing, he can be the same with Dimis at senior level."