The Western New York Flash announced two international signings on Thursday, both forwards. The club signed Ajara Nchout Njoya from Cameroon and Camilla Kur-Larsen from Denmark. Following last season the Flash parted ways with the Spanish trio of Adriana, Vicky Losada, and Sonia Bermudez.
“We’re bringing in two dynamic young forwards who have a proven ability to score goals,” coach and general manager Aaran Lines said in a team release.
Nchout Njoya is expected to be with Cameroon at the World Cup, but Kur-Larsen should be with the Flash for the balance of the season. Lines is looking forward to Kur-Larsen injecting some of her international club experience into the Flash who are looking to rebound from a disappointing 2014 season. The 25-year-old owns seven Champions League goals from 31 appearances. She is currently with Fortuna Hjørring at home in Denmark and before that was a major producer at Brøndby IF.
Nchout Njoya, 22, has played professionally in Cameroon and Russia and also has Champions League experience.
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