A South African goalkeeper has joined up with another English club after turning down a deal at Exeter City.
As previously reported by the Siya crew, Dino Visser opted against putting pen to paper on an extended deal with Exeter after his short-term contract came to an end in January.
At the time there was a possibility that the player could even make a return to South Africa, however, it’s been confirmed that he will continue his career in England for now.
The 30-year-old has signed with Fourth Tier outfit, Crewe Alexander until the end of the season.
“Crewe Alexandra is delighted to announce the signing of goalkeeper Dino Visser on a short-term until the end of the season.
“The South African joins the club to provide competition for Will Jaaskelainen and Dave Richards for the number one spot ahead of our final nine games of the season.
“Dino has spent most of his career in the top two tiers of South African football before heading to England, where he recently left fellow League Two side Exeter City,” the club confirmed on their official website.