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Ajax Open Negotiations For Benni

Ajax Open Negotiations For Benni

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127 / / Jan 04, 2013 09:17 AM
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Soccer-Laduma can confirm that Ajax Cape Town have started negotiations for the services of Orlando Pirates Star Benni McCarthy.

McCarthy is in the last six months of his contract with the Buccaneers, which means that Ajax are within their rights to talk to the player and agent for pre-contract.

Soccer-Laduma sources have confirmed that Pirates have yet to show any indication as to whether they would like to extend McCarthy's contract, and the player is keen to secure his future as soon as possible.

When McCarthy first came back to South Africa from English Premier League side West Ham United at the end of the 2010/11 season, it was with the intention of signing for Ajax. But after training with the club, management dragged their feet in regards to offering him a deal and Pirates swooped to sign the forward.

McCarthy went on to enjoy a great season with the Pirates last term, helping the Sea Robbers lift a second consecutive treble.

This season, he has not contributed as much after being sidelined for a long period with injury.

If Pirates are to retain his signature, they will have to act soon as the Urban Warriors are determined to get their man.

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Cindybabey Level 1
Mzansi Gals gone bad...see Lerato & the shy Palesa frm Pretoria in actions...go Now!!!>> 'M'Z'A'N'S'I'S'E'X'.W'E'N'.R'U ' 'M'Z'A'N'S'I'S'E'X'.W'E'N'.R'U ' 'M'Z'A'N'S'I'S'E'X'.W'E'N'.R'U ' 'M'Z'A'N'S'I'S'E'X'.W'E'N'.R'U '

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lish1937 Level 1
pirates still need his service so sorry 4 ajax thy cn sign bennie.he will stay unless th is sumthng we dnt knw

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lish1937 Level 1
i dnt thnk ajax r th rite team for bennie @ ths moment as they have boardroom problms pirates must sign bennie he fit well @ pirates khoza must act quikly b4 sundowns take him

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mochechi29 Level 1
ajax etla patela benni kang? Baska tsea chance, ba dronkea neh!

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Dyani16 Level 1
Benni aint going nowhere.......... He's a Buccaneer by nature

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Andile_Msimango Level 1
Mxm

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BucsRoyal Level 1
We still need Benni. He must retire this end of season with yet another League Medal on the way with his head held high. At Ajax he will not get the quality supplies like he gets at Bucselona.

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Peeping-tom Level 4
He must retire at terible champs...

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Tumza25 Level 1
Benni played his part, its time 4 Takesure 2 make sure and Mbesuma 2 keep on banging those goals.

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Pester14 Level 1
As mch as we lyk Benni, I smhw believe its time for him to go.

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mastos Level 1
Who cares? Push! Skorokoro!

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onkarabile793 Level 1
u promised the pirates fan that u gonna retire at pirates so do as u promised man,u wrote ur name in the heart of bakhajuju fans.we stll expect alot frm u man.

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madimetsha Level 6
no player is bigger than Bucs, players hv cum n gone, bennie is no exception, he did wat he came here for, a treblle, if he leaves all de best...

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LEEROY246 Level 5
Beny has a soft spot 4 da m0thercity club-finishn hs impresive career da would b a great thng.....either ajax o orlando pirates hv hm jst n0t sundowns.

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Mzet15551 Level 1
Ajax shud jst 4gt bout benni he is goin no where.he is goin 2 sign a new contract wit pirates

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