Word coming out of the Orlando Pirates camp is that goalkeeper Fatau Dauda has finally been registered with the PSL after obtaining his work permit.
As reported by the Siya crew earlier, Pirates had sent Dauda’s papers to Safa to process and now Pirates Administrative Manager Floyd Mbele tells the Siya crew that the Ghanaian goalkeeper has officially been registered with the League.
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“Like I said to you guys, the problem was not with us or his former team, Hearts of Oak. We were just waiting for Safa to complete his paperwork before we can register him and now that has been done,” said Mbele.
Dauda's registration means that the Ghanaian shot stopper will now be ready to compete with Senzo Meyiwa for the number one spot in coach Roger de Sa's team.
Meanwhile, other news coming out of the Bucs camp is that Yebo Yes United goalkeeper keeper Thabang Khasu started training with Pirates this week.
Khasu is apparently been earmarked to replace former Pirates goalkeeper Ntando Nkala, who has reportedly left the club.
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By Khaya Ndubane
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