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CHIPPA UNITED JOINS RACE TO SIGN ‘D4D’

By Sibusiso Masilela | 2018-08-11

SOCCER – ABSA Premiership side Chippa United have reportedly joined the race to sign want away   Mbabane Swallows midfielder Njabulo ‘D4D’ Ndlovu.

The Port Elizabeth based side is said to have expressed interest to sign the Sihlangu player who is also heavily linked with a move to Mbombela United.

A source close to the matter asserted that the ‘Chilli Boys’ are keen on reigning 2018 SMVAF Ingwenyama Cup player of the series.

“Chippa have enquired about the player and have promised to meet Swallows for talks early next week. The deal could be concluded soon as the two parties meet. Mbombela is also closely monitoring the situation after showing huge interest to sign the player,” the source said.

Swallows General Manager Sandile ‘Beyond 2000’ Zwane said he was yet to be briefed when reached for comment yesterday.

“I haven’t  heard  anything  about that maybe some of the structures in the team are  still going to  inform me  therefore   it would be folly  of  me to say anything for now,”  he said.

 

Ndlovu could become the sixth Liswati to move to South Africa in the new season after his three former teammates in Banele ‘Pupu’ Sikhondze( Polokwane City), Felix ‘Fela) Badenhorst (Mbombela,  Sandile ‘Nkomishi’ Ginindza ( both at Mbombela United) , Sanele Mkhweli (TS Sporting ) and ex Manzini Sundowns striker Justice Figuareido(Maritzburg United).

 

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