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PSL Return For Zimbabwean Defender?

Zimbabwean Defender Linked With PSL Move

By Soccer Laduma - Dec 14, 2017 11:04 AM

A Zimbabwean defender is keen on a return to the PSL, after leaving South Africa earlier this year. 

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As reported in the latest Soccer Laduma, issue 1053, Blessing Moyo is keen on a return to Mzansi to further his career. The Zimbabwean defender played for Maritzburg United last season. The 22-year-old had only one season with the Team of Choice.

He headed back home, after parting ways with the Pietermaritzburg outfit before the start of the current season. 

Read: Moloi Compares Mpengesi To Pirates Chairmen 

“Blessing Moyo is keen on a return to South Africa for a club in the PSL. He is currently in Zimbabwe and training with Dynamos. He is a good player whose departure from Maritzburg came as a surprise,” said the source.

“He is a free agent, as he received his clearance from Maritzburg. He has no contract with Dynamos; he is only training there. The boy is available to sign with any club in the PSL, should he get a right offer,” concluded the source.    

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Realydoctor10 Dec 15, 2017 04:40 PM
This should try his best at Naturena because they're free agents united what's is he doing at Dynamics
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khaydoman Dec 14, 2017 03:35 PM
Keizer is waiting for you baba "free agents fc"
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Myaka weliPhefeni Dec 14, 2017 12:28 PM
Where s Bobby motaung? Sumthing wrong abt this guy that why team of choice release him
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iDunu Dec 14, 2017 11:34 AM
Hlompho Kekana says he had to have the wiliness of a “tsotsi” to score his goal from inside Mamelodi Sundowns’ half against Orlando Pirates in a 3-1 Absa Premiership victory to the Brazilians in November. The goal‚ scored at Orlando Stadium‚ was this week voted the PSL’s goal of the month for November. Presented that award Kekana described how he had his head down over the ball‚ and could only see by Wayne Sandilands’ socks that Pirates’ goalkeeper was off his line. The defensive midfielder said he dared not lift his head‚ for fear of alerting Sandilands of his intention to shoot. “Football is a game of moments where‚ especially as a midfielder‚ you have to think in seconds‚” Kekana said‚ describing the wonder strike. “For me‚ to score that goal‚ I only saw Wayne Sandilands’s socks. "I couldn’t look up‚ because if I did I would make him aware [of an intention to shoot]. “So I had to be a tsotsi. "So that day I tried to be a ‘clever’ and it worked for me to score that goal.” Remarkably‚ this was Kekana’s second strike scored from inside his own half. He produced a similar goal for Bafana Bafana in an away Africa Cup of Nations qualifier in a 2-2 draw in Limbe in March 2016 that was on a shortlist of 12 for that year’s Fifa Puskas Award. Kekana had already indicated he did not enjoy scoring against previous Downs teammate Sandilands. He expressed his hesitancy to campaign for his strike against Pirates as goal of the season‚ which is voted for by supporters.
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Obviously there's only one team that fits the bill, Zimbabwean + free agent = Zebras
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SowetoBOY Dec 14, 2017 11:20 AM
Who cares
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