The European transfer window shuts after August 31 but Addy’s status as a free player allows him to sign for any club outside the window.–Follow Joy Sports on Twitter: @Joy997FM. Our hashtag is #JoySports Polish giants Legia Warsaw have passed on the chance to sign free agent Ghana defender David Addy. Legia Warsaw who currently place third after six matches in the new Polish Premier League season are actually in the market for a competitor to regular left-back Tomasz Brzyski but the Capital club, according to Legia.net, declined the opportunity to sign the Ghana international. The left-back made a surprise exit from Belgian side Waasland-Beveren this summer despite being a major feature for the side in 33 games in his first season. Addy, 25, was recently recommended by one of Legia Warsaw’s close player agencies with reports further claiming a supposed €12,000 monthly salary and €300,000 signing on fee had been agreed for the former FC Porto man.
The winner of this game books the first spot in the grand final on September 27th.The loser will play the winner of the elimination final between the Ipswich Jets and Easts Tigers game.While the Hunters are the only team that has beaten the Blackhawks twice this season, coach Michael Marum has drilled into the team the message that this weekend will be a different game altogether. “We have been working hard on areas that we know we can do better and we are looking forward to Saturday’s game.“Every team in the Intrust Super Cup always want to beat the Hunters and carrying the hopes of PNG on their shoulders on a weekly basis are the types of pressure that we have become accustomed to, so Saturday’s game will be no different,” said Marum.The Hunters will fly into Port Moresby today before heading tomorrow to Cairns and then on to Townsville.This Saturday’s game kicks off at 5pm.The team (with two to be omitted):1. Stargroth Amean, 2. Oti Bland Tony,3. Noel Zeming, 4. Thompson Teteh, 5. Adex Wera,6. Israel Eliab ©, 7. Ase Boas, 8. Henry Noki, 9. Wartovo Puara, 10. Esau Siune, 11. Adam Korave, 12. Kato Ottio, 13. Timothy Lomai. Interchange: 14. Brandy Peter, 15. Atte Bina, 16. Willie Minoga, 17. Warren Glare, 18. Nickson Borana, 19. Edward Goma.