Willard Katsande has opened up about his new home as he begins the next chapter of his career since his 10-year spell with Kaizer Chiefs has come to an end.
Katsande has been unveiled at Sekhukhune United alongside the club’s other new signings in Justice Chabalala, who has joined the club on loan from Orlando Pirates, former Baroka FC defender Cheslyn Jampies, as well as Blessing Sarupinda and Toaster Nsabata from Zimbabwe and Zambia respectively.
“I’m happy to be part of this family, Sekhukhune family, it’s a new journey for me and I’m very, very happy with the welcome I got from the team,” said Katsande, speaking through Babina Noko media department.
“And, yeah, it wasn’t a difficult decision to join them because obviously I could see the vision of the team and I’m looking forward to contribute towards the vision of the team,” the 35-year-old added.
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