Brazilian striker, Bina given trial with Club Eagles

Brazilian striker Anderson da Silva Bina has been given a trial with Club Eagles. The striker who has spend the last two season playing in Maldives took part in Club Eagles training held last night.

The 26 year old was sighted at FAM turf ground, training with Club Eagles squad last night , the very first training in Ramadan. As STO Male' league is on a hold to give the best prep time to National team for their match against Bhutan in Asian Cup qualifying, Eagles also went for break for a week before returning to normal training last night. President's Cup winners aslo confirmed that he is training with the team on a trial basis.


Bina had his first experience of Maldivian football with Mahibadhoo Sports Club last season before joining this years second division finalist Kuda Heinveiru. Bina is still signed for Kuda Heinveiru. He played a vital role in Kuda Heinveiru's second division campaign as they made there way to Male' League qualifying as second division Runner-ups.

A decision on whether Bina will play for club eagles remains to been seen. Eagles has already had headache with foreign players as previously they have already terminated the contract of their their holland striker Donawan Deekman. Eagles head coach Ihsan Abdul Ghani has stated in numbers of press interviews that what they are lacking is a good foreign striker. It seems Lankan goalkeeper Sujan Perera is the only player who is living up to expectations of the club and coach. Club Eagles currently ranks at the sixth position in the league standings.

It is to be seen if eagles will sign the Brazilian. With the transfer nearing, more clubs in the Male' league are trying to fetch up the signing of decent players to try and force their way into the top four and to make it to the Premier league.

31 May 2017