Lioli Football Club of Lesotho  held a press conference on September 5 to present former Victoria United of Limbe Player Kim Bin Swithbert.

The 20-year old Cameroonian forward was also presented alongside nine other new signings with him being the lone striker out of the 10 new signings.

Kum Bin before leaving for Lesotho had player three years with one of Cameroon’s legendary clubs in the Southwest Region of the country Victoria United aka OPOPO (One People One Power )

Speaking to after his presentation, Kum expressed his satisfaction and also his wish to see that Tse Nala win the Lesotho Premier League this season.

Kum and Lioli FC president

“It’s the wish of every player to play professional football. I am so  happy to be here with my new family (Tse Nala) and It’s just the begining of a new challenge in my career.

“I will do my best to see that we win a silverware this season,” Kum averred.

He penned down a one-year contract with the five times winners of the Lesotho Premier League.

Created in 1934 in the city of Tateyaneg and nicknamed Tse Bala, the club plays in Lesotho’s top flight football.

The last time the won the league was in 2016 and ended the season last year at the second position.