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Chippa To Make Another Signing

Chippa United Further Strengthen Their Squad

By Soccer Laduma - Jan 29, 2018 01:06 PM

Chippa United are expected to make one more signing, before this week’s transfer window deadline.

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The Siya crew has been informed that Linda Mntambo and Mxolisi Macuphu are set to be joined by their former Jomo Cosmos teammate, Frederic Nsabiyumva, at the Chilli Boys. 

The Port Elizabeth outfit is believed to be finalising a deal for Nsabiyumva to join Teboho Moloi’s team. The Burundian defender, who has been looking for a PSL move since the end of last season, has been training with Chippa. 

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“Frederic Nsabiyumva is joining Chippa. He has impressed the team in training. The club is in the process of registering him with the league. The player will be playing for Chippa in the second round of the season,” said the source.

Prior to the start of the season, Nsabiyumva spent time training with Ajax Cape Town.   

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Swinedunus-6-Rats-0-namanje Jan 29, 2018 02:01 PM
@iDunu stop cut and paste wenaNdunu enukayo. May SL admin block you for cutting and pasting stories from competitors.
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Swinedunus-6-Rats-0-namanje Jan 29, 2018 01:58 PM
This Ntsambatheka donkey is unknown to our football fraternity but hopefully he will be seen as he joined this minor team.
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iDunu Jan 29, 2018 01:53 PM
Percy Tau could be lost to SA football before Wednesday's transfer window deadline should Mamelodi Sundowns accept one of two offers which have been submitted for his services, iself is establish. Russian club FC Rostov have bid R18-million for the sensational attacker, while Denmark's FC Midtjylland have also submitted a written offer. It was unclear if Sundowns would entertain the offers but a source close to the club's administration indicated they could be forced to sell as Tau is in the final 18 months of his contract at Chloorkop. "Both of these offers are for the current transfer window [which closes at midnight on Wednesday]. At times it could be best to consider them because in six months he would be left with under a year and, if he doesn't renew, it becomes stressful for the club," said the source, who cannot be named because they are not mandated to speak to the media. Tau's representative, Mmatsatsi Sefalafala, confirmed the two offers but could not say if Sundowns would allow Tau to leave now. "It's a 50/50 situation. I don't know if Sundowns would defer them to the end of the season, or allow him to go," she told SL's DOMINATING KING BLOGGER. "But Percy has a contract with Sundowns and he's still committed to the cause. He will respect whatever decision they make." Tau, who turns 24 in May, has been in exceptional form for Sundowns - scoring seven goals to lead them to the top of the Absa Premiership.
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iDunu Jan 29, 2018 01:53 PM
Percy Tau could be lost to SA football before Wednesday's transfer window deadline should Mamelodi Sundowns accept one of two offers which have been submitted for his services, iself is establish. Russian club FC Rostov have bid R18-million for the sensational attacker, while Denmark's FC Midtjylland have also submitted a written offer. It was unclear if Sundowns would entertain the offers but a source close to the club's administration indicated they could be forced to sell as Tau is in the final 18 months of his contract at Chloorkop. "Both of these offers are for the current transfer window [which closes at midnight on Wednesday]. At times it could be best to consider them because in six months he would be left with under a year and, if he doesn't renew, it becomes stressful for the club," said the source, who cannot be named because they are not mandated to speak to the media. Tau's representative, Mmatsatsi Sefalafala, confirmed the two offers but could not say if Sundowns would allow Tau to leave now. "It's a 50/50 situation. I don't know if Sundowns would defer them to the end of the season, or allow him to go," she told SL's DOMINATING KING BLOGGER. "But Percy has a contract with Sundowns and he's still committed to the cause. He will respect whatever decision they make." Tau, who turns 24 in May, has been in exceptional form for Sundowns - scoring seven goals to lead them to the top of the Absa Premiership.

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