MANILA--The new UFL season is yet to kick off until next year, but Stallion made sure that it is still the aggressor in the transfer window when the club announced the signing of Carlos Briones on Sunday.
A former product of Real Madrid's La Fabrica, Charly, as he was most known, last played for College Europa in Gibraltar before he was signed by the Ilonggo club for a one-year deal that includes an extension option.
The 25-year-old Briones represented Equatorial Guinea in the last AFCON, when the host nation placed fourth.
Ernie Nierras' side continued to have its first team loaded with foreign talent after having Sean Bateau, Jordan Mintah, and Johann Noetzel in the past transfer windows.
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