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Garankuwa Sign Former Chiefs Striker

Former Kaizer Chiefs striker, David Radebe, has penned a one-year-deal to play for National First Division side, Garankuwa United for the 2014/15 season.
 
The 34-year-old Koppies-born striker impressed United’s technical team during the pre-season, and the club has rewarded him with a one-year deal.
 
United coach, Leslie Notsi, confirmed to the Siya crew that Radebe has signed with them after impressing during their pre-season preparations.
 
“Indeed, Radebe is among new players at the club and we believe he will add value to our squad,” said Notsi.
 
The NDF club has also signed Lesotho international defender, Nkau Lerotholi, who joins on a two-year contract and they are also on the verge adding former Bloemfontein Celtic defender, Timothy Batabaire to their squad.
 
United begin their 2014/15 NFD campaign against Cape Town All Stars at Athlone Stadium on Friday.

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