Mamelodi Sundowns-bound forward Abubeker Nasser scored a shocking objective for Ethiopian Coffee in their 1-1 draw against Bahir Dar Kenema on Monday. Nasser, who as of late turned 22 is set to join Sundowns toward the finish of the 2021/22 season and is proceeding with where he left off in the Bet King Ethiopia Premier League.
Mamelodi Sundowns could have been eliminating competition from Kaizer Chiefs after their recent transfer activity was revealed. Chiefs were initially linked with the signing of Ethiopian young striker Abubeker Nasir Ahmed but Sundowns acted ahead of them, getting the player to join them on a trial, with the intention of signing.
(Source: kickoff.com) Kaizer Chiefs and Mamelodi Sundowns have been linked with a talented African star ahead of the January transfer window. As they want to strengthen their squad for the remainder of the 2021/22 campaign. By the looks of things, he has proved that he’s an incredible attacker.
(Source: thekosibay.co.za) Mamelodi Sundowns and Kaizer Chiefs have some interesting rivalry outside the pitch. This is more like a boardroom challenge as both teams have shown that they have a similar taste when it comes to signing new players. Even though this can be debatable, since some Chiefs fans feel that Sundowns only show interest on a player to block the Soweto giants from getting his services.
(Source: kickoff.com) Kaizer Chiefs and Mamelodi Sundowns have been connected with a capable African star in front of the January move window. As they need to fortify their crew for the rest of the 2021/22 mission. By the vibes of things, he has demonstrated that he's an inconceivable assailant.
Kaizer Chiefs to sign dangerous Striker from Africa Kaizer Chiefs are interested in signing Ethiopian Coffee SC forward Abubeker Nasser next season to replace Zambian attacker Lazarous Kambole. Nasser was named Player of the Year (MVP) and Best Young Player of the Year after scoring 29 goals in the Ethiopian Premier League this season.
If there is any team in the South African football fraternity that has got the better of Kaizer Chiefs Football Club in the field and the transfer window market it has to be their arch-nemesis, Mamelodi Sundowns Football Club, who have not only signed the majority of the players the clubs are interested in, but also in the field of play where Sundowns are dominating the last ten seasons in South African football.
Kaizer Chiefs target Abubeker Nasir Ahmed Abubeker has been named among the yield of rising gifts on the mainland brought into the world in this thousand years featuring the adolescent in front of the beginning of the AFCON finals on Sunday. With all last crews for the competition having now been divulged the Ethiopian forward makes the rundown of those brought into the world from January 1, 2000.
The Siya team has been told that Mamelodi Sundowns had finalized their fourth signing. Even though the January transfer window closed on Monday evening, Sundowns were able to finalize the signing of Ethiopian international Abubeker Nasir before the clock struck 12. The 21-year-old had been on trial with the Brazilians for the previous two weeks and is believed to have pleased the club's technical team during that time, during which he was part of their mid-season preparations in Rustenburg.
Both Soweto goliaths Kaizer Chiefs and Orlando Pirates have purportedly distinguished a similar midfield target. Chiefs and Pirates are accepted to be keen on Ethiopian International midfielder Abubeker Nassir. The Ethiopian possibility has allegedly dazzled the two Chiefs and Pirates with his new shows against Bafana in consecutive 2022 Qatar World Cup Qualifiers and presently having seen Nassir very close, both Soweto monsters have enrolled their goals to bait his administrations to Soweto.
After all the final line - ups of the tournament were announced, the Ethiopian forward was added to the list of those born on January 1, 2000. While only four players(Marc Lamti, Cheick Doucoure, Rodrigue Kossi and Edimar Ca) were born at the last tournament in Egypt in the 2000s, the number has risen to more than 20 this year.
The Africa Cup of Nations (AFCON) will give the PSL team a chance to find talent and see if they can strengthen their team. And this time, Kaizer Chiefs were expected to watch the match closely with one player in mind. For months, Amahosi has been linked with Ethiopian sensation Abubeker Nasir, who is undoubtedly a breath of fresh air in his country.
Ethiopian Coffee Sports Club have reported that star striker Abubeker Nassir will join Mamelodi Sundowns being investigated as they hope to finish a move for the Ethiopia worldwide. The 21-year-old framed piece of the Ethiopian public group crew that took an interest in the Africa Cup of Nations at present being held in Cameroon.
Ethiopian legend Fikru Tefera Lemessa accepts comrade Abubeker Nassir could be the response to both Kaizer Chiefs and Orlando Pirates who might be experiencing a deficiency of objectives. In front of the 2022 FIFA World Cup qualifying twofold header between Bafana and Ethiopia, Tefera accepts he has found the following best thing to emerge from his nation of origin.