PSL Return On The Cards For Forgotten Star?
Forgotten Winger Eyeing A Return To The PSL
A talented player, who has been in the football wilderness in recent weeks, is eyeing a return to competitive football with a team in Mzansi’s top tier.
As reported in edition 1065 of Soccer Laduma, a move back to the PSL could be on the cards for Asive Langwe, according to sources.
The former Bidvest Wits winger has been training with National First Division outfit Real Kings, although he is believed to have prioritised a return to the PSL in his next move.
“Asive Langwe has been training with Real Kings in KwaZulu-Natal. I am made to believe that the guy is training with the team just to keep fit, with a view of looking for a PSL team to play for next season,” said the source.
Langwe, 24, made a name for himself as a talented youngster coming through the development ranks at Wits, and all the way up to the first team.
In 2010, when Langwe was promoted to Wits’ first team, he was just 17 years old. In 2011 – few months after his promotion to Wits' PSL team – Langwe attracted interest from Italian Serie A club, Udinese.
It all looked promising for the young player after the Italian club invited him for a trial with their team. Wits coach at the time, Roger de Sa, confirmed that Langwe impressed Udinese during his two-week trial with the Italian club.
Now, following months of being in the football wilderness, the Libode-born player is working on making his way back to Mzansi’s top flight, with a view to reviving his career.