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Montreal Impact got their first transfer deal with Laurent Ciman from Belgium. The player is expected to bring on his solid tackles and perfect passes as he fills the void left by Italian Matteo Ferrari. Another new comer is winger/forward Dominic Oduro from Ghana and Bakary Soumare who is a Mali native though rose up in the United States. The player is expected to bring home his secret quick and rangy speed as a recovery to the teams closes down on forwards. Alberto Gilardino is yet another entrance. The 32-year-old is expected to bring reinforcement the team and improve its league performance. He boosts of 57 international caps having scored 19 goals and was a former teammate to Impact’s Alessandro Nesta in Inter Milan.
Making the Changes Felt.
The 2015 season is expected to interesting after Montreal Impact pulled the first blockbuster trade this off season. The team got hold of Amborise Oyongo and midfielder Eric Alexander in exchange for their midfielder Felipe with New York Red Bulls. The new entrants are deemed to have brought home the full plan in play this season as they not only fit their designated positions but can bring a difference immediately. Oyongo is famous for deputizing Thiery Henry and Roy Miller back in New York during his first season in the MLS. He has reached international level having played for Cameron in the recent African Cup of Nations and in the FIFA Under-20 World Cup back in 2011. His experience is expected to come a long way in furnishing the offensive side that has been lacking in the team.