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Nyatama - The Return...

When it looked really unlikely that Musa Nyatama will be playing his football for Bloemfontein Celtic this season, the club has pulled out all the stops to bring him on board. 

Phunya Sele Sele announced yesterday that they had landed the services of Nyatama and Mukuka Mulenga on loan deals from Mamelodi Sundowns.

This is obviously welcomed as good news by the Siwelele faithful. This means continuity because Nyatama was at the club last season and did so well. We would have liked to get him on a permanent contract, but hey, under the circumstances, we will take him. 

My bold prediction is that he will be a hit at Celtic once more in the 2014/15 campaign, creating and scoring goals from midfield.

How do you feel about Nyatama's return?

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