Ipoua agrees Livi deal
By Graeme Bailey
Last Updated: 01/01/70 1:00am
LIVINGSTON have agreed a deal with Cameroon striker Guy Ipoua.
The 27-year-old left Gillingham in the summer and has been in talks with Livi, after also spending time in America on trial with Dallas Burn.
The African has now agreed a one-year deal with the SPL outfit, with an option in place for another season.
Ipoua's agent Barry McIntosh confirmed that the deal was done.
"He should be confirmed on Thursday," McIntosh told planetfootball.com.
"We think he will do really well and should be a great buy for Livingston.
"Marcio Maximo [coach] really likes him and that is why he has pushed to get him."
Meanwhile, the club will have to wait a little longer to see new signing Theodore Whitmore at The Almondvale Stadium.
The Jamaican international is with his country at The Concacaf Gold Cup and their 2-0 win over Guatemala on Tuesday means he will be in America until Sunday at the very least.
"It is a shame for the Livi fans," said McIntosh - who also handles Whitmore.
"He really wants to come over and show them what he can do, but everyone will just have to wait a little longer."