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Langwe Interest Grows

Langwe Interest Grows

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21 / / Feb 05, 2013 12:09 PM
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The interest in Wits midfielder Asive Langwe is growing, with a number of PSL outfits keeping a close eye on the talented youngster.

The Siya crew recently revealed that Orlando Pirates are interested in the Libode-born player, however the latest news reaching the crew is that three other clubs are also keen on the youngster.

 

Moroka Swallows, Ajax Cape Town and Bloemfontein Celtic are watching the player’s current situation at The Students closely, with Langwe having struggled for game time in the first half of the season under former Wits coach, Antonio Lopez Habas.

 

The 19-year-old made just three substitute appearances under the Spaniard and will now be hoping to get a regular run in the starting 11 under Clive Barker. The player’s contract with the Braamfontein-based outfit runs until 2015, although he is expected to leave the side at the end of the season if his situation remains unchanged.

 

Langwe did well under Roger de Sa at Wits, when his performances earned him a regular run in Solly Luvhengo’s national Under-20 squad. In 2011, Langwe had a trial at Udinese in Italy and reportedly did well. 

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Krb20 Level 2
Why they didnt sign him at udines wen he did well during the trial,editor dnt lie us plz

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Pepe_3 Level 1
So if he did well,why are they not making a move on him?

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Khosikid Level 1
What a talented playa

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mayanga Level 1
@franswore. Masalesa was signed by pirates as a free agent. He was clubless, because his contract was over at Wits. Asive Langwe's future is being destroyed NOW by Wits, as he is not getting game time. So if pirates sign Langwe and not play him, what would be the difference? Because even now he is not playing. Pirates are a big team... no one is guaranteed game time. This is not Chiefs or Sundowns. UMANCANE USE THETHILE KE MAXHEGO! #YOUNGEST BLOGGER ON S.L#

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Fransoah Level 5
Now this is getting serious, if dis boy signs wit rats, hes doomed. I hop his manager doesnt do what was done 2 masalesa! If de boy (masalesa) had signd 4 chiefs he'd b groiwin s a player by being in de pitch match in n out! So if dis 1 wants 2 b a wasted talent, he shuld go 2 rats!

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magazen Level 1
Eish,,,,,,,another talent is being wasted,,,,,,,this is the kind of players we must mould for the sake of bafana bayajiwa

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mazwayini Level 1
Kaizer must sign this boy

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D_GREATEST10 Level 3
Go 2 bidvest pirates lyk yo dad (RDS) n yo uncle myeni. U'll warm d bench jst lyk yo carzin masalesa.

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Ntukzeen Level 1
mfxim

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kheyjiz Level 1
Gudluck boy

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ezeeman70 Level 1
Kick Off magazine Not cool, Keita, not cool. Caption this pic of Yeye and Seydou Keita. #captionthis

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KingKalaba Level 1
sing-sign

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KingKalaba Level 1
My DTC want to sign anything that kicks from Wits.This thing is a cow,I will rather sing dribbling wizard Raymond Monama from Leopard than tis headless runner.Let him go to zebras.DTC all the way.No kiss butt anyone.

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baizo Level 1
Let's hope clive will use dis boy b4 he ends up like da likes of Junior Khanye,Lucky khune,etc

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nalabi331 Level 4
I woduld like to see this boy playing for chiefs wright wing position. He is good and the age is still on his side.

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