WoFoo Tai Po have added a trio of Brazilians just in time to field them in their league clash with South China on Saturday. The top-flight newcomers have lost all three of their opening matches in the First Division this season, including a humiliating 6-0 loss to Lanwa in their last outing, and club secretary Chan Ping said they needed to strengthen the squad urgently ahead of the clash with the big-spending Caroliners. 'As the new kids on the block, we are not strong enough to survive in the top flight with our current squad,' Chan said. 'The decision to get the Brazilians came after our second defeat.' Striker Silvano Monteiro, 29, midfielder Edgar Junir, 31, and defender Joel Padilha, 26, who arrived in Hong Kong earlier this week, signed with the club last night and must be registered with the FA this morning. South China paid an early visit to the Tai Po Sports Ground yesterday as it is the first time a top-flight match will be staged there. Coach Jorge Amaral said the pitch was not suited to a passing game so the Caroliners would probably opt for more high balls aimed at Brazilian forward Detinho.