Football NewsInternational SportsSouth Sudan

South Sudan Senior National Team Player Joins Spanish 3rd Division Club

Maker Maker

South Sudan national team player Maker Maker has signed a professional contract with Spanish third Division club Flat Earth FC from Australian second division side Melbourne Sharks Club for the 2020/2021 Season.

The attacking sessional Midfielder was part of Besong’s troops who went all the way to beat Seychelles Island home and away in an AFCON pre-qualification round.

Maker Maker signing for his contract

Flat Earth Fútbol Club, formerly UD Móstoles Balompié and CDC Comercial, is a Spanish football team based in Madrid, in the autonomous community of Madrid. Founded in 1969, it plays in Tercera División – Group 7, holding home games at Campo de Fútbol de Castroserna, with a capacity of 1,000 spectators.

Móstoles Balompié was formed in 2016, as the club took the place of CDC Commercial (club founded in 1969 and federated in 1983), who was at the time a reserve team of RCD Carabanchel.The club achieved promotion to the Preferente (fifth tier) in their first season, and promoted to Tercera División in 2019.

In late June 2019, Móstoles Balompié reached international attention after their president Javi Poves opted to change the club’s name to Flat Earth FC, and publicly endorsed the conspiracy of Flat Earth.The club also moved from Móstoles to Madrid.

Flat Earth FC will start their group A, Group A of the Tercera Division on Sunday 18th October 2020 at home against group opponents Villaneuva Del Pardillo FC, which might have come too soon for the South Sudan international. 

Hits: 148

share on Facebookshare on Twitter

Leave a Response

error: Content is protected !!