Former Portugal international Luis Boa
Morte has signed for South African champions Orlando Pirates
where he will join former West Ham United team-mate Benni
McCarthy in attack.
The club on Tuesday announced an 18-month deal with the
Boa Morte left financially-strapped Greek club Larissa after
just six months in December.
Now 34, he played at Portugal's Sporting before embarking on
a 14-year career in England in 1997 when he joined Arsenal. He
also played at Southampton, Fulham and West Ham.
Pirates play in the upcoming African Champions League but
Boa Morte's signing is too late for him to be registered for the
The second half of the South African season
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