Tomorrow is the MTN 8 quarter finals as the new season begins in South Africa. Teams are now in a hurry to complete the new signings for this season. Many supporters are excited with the signings completed by clubs so far in this transfer window. There has been over 80 signings confirmed in the DSTV Premiership League, by now that number could be 100 signings confirmed so far. Cape Town City has been one of the teams busy in this transfer window. The club has confirmed their eighth signing for this transfer window. Coach Eric Tinkler's men will face coach Benni's AmaZulu who were on fire last campaign.
The Citizens have confirmed the signing of 21-year-old Zimbabwean Douglas Mapfumo. Cape Town City took to their official twitter account to unveil the new signing. The official tweet said "City is delighted to announce the signing of forward Douglas Mapfumo. The 21y centre forward joins after spending a season on loan with Cape Umoya United. Welcome Dougie!" Do you think the Citizens will finish inside top four this season? Comment your answer below, share and hit the like button please.
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