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Bibo Close To Signing For Soweto Giants Again!

By TheKasiSource | self meida writer
Published 20 days ago - 10535 views

The PSL is likely to witness the rebirth of former Orlando Pirates midfielder Thandani Ntshumayelo as he is close to making a return to top flight football once again. 

The 30 years old has been training with Soweto club Swallows FC with the aim of landing a contract with the PSL returnees. 

According to the Birds coach Brandon Truter, the player famously known as Bibo is doing very well and may only feature for Swallows next season. The coach said that the player has made peace with the fact that he will not play this season and can only start playing next season. 

“Bibo has a long road to recovery. So far he’s doing very well. The boy has lost so much weight. He’s in a good space because he knows guys like Thabo Matlaba and Musa (Nyatama) and Cheeseboy (Lebogang Mokoena). So it’s not really unknown territory for him but he’s grown, he is working his butt off to get where he wants to be, " explained Truter 

Thandani Ntshumayelo disappeared from the scene after he was banned from playing football after being found guilty of using a banned substance. 



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