South China's newest signing, Brazilian striker Anderson Felippe, has been given the go ahead to play in this week's Regional Council Cup. The 28-year-old striker, who last played for Flamengo's reserve side, beat the registration dateline on Saturday and will don the Caroliners' colours in their first match against Sing Tao at the Tuen Mun sports ground tomorrow. South China manager Lee Yun-wah said: 'We have received his transfer papers and working permit and he has been given the green light to play. Originally, we were hoping the two Yugoslav players introduced to us by our ex-striker Alen Bajkusa, would beat the deadline but there are some minor glitches and we could not wait for them any longer. 'Felippe was introduced to us by our defender Aurelio and he looks to be a good solid striker. He will be with us on a three-month trial.' The six-foot-two striker scored 20 goals in 25 appearances with Flamengo last season. He also played for another Brazilian side, Guarany RS where he scored nine goals in 13 appearances.