Former Golden Arrows striker Nkosinathi Ogle, who is on trial at Moroka Swallows, is hoping to do enough at training to convince the Birds to offer him a contract.
The 28-year-old striker, who has been training with Swallows under the watchful eye of coach Zeca Marques, told the Siya crew that he believes that he can add value to the Swallows team.
Read: Ogle For Swallows?
“All I can is that so far so good in as far as my training with Swallows is concerned. I’m working hard at training and I hope that they would offer me a contract because I do believe that I can add value to the team,” said Ogle.
Other news coming out of Swallows is that former Ajax Cape Town midfielder Tafadzwa Rusike is also training with the Birds, in the hope of earning himself a contract.
Rusike, who was released by the Urban Warriors at the end of last season, joins Mamelodi Sundowns midfielder Samuel Julies on trial.
Read: Swallows Assessing Julies
By Khaya Ndubane
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