After being dismissed by his club, a former Mamelodi Sundowns and Kaizer Chiefs player has found a new home in the PSL!
After being released by Mamelodi Sundowns at the end of the previous season, George Maluleka has secured an immediate return to the DStv Premiership.
'Mido,' according to rumors, has signed a two-year contract with AmaZulu FC.
AmaZulu FC has already signed Gabadinho Mhango and Dumisani Zuma for next season.
Maluleka will almost certainly replace Siyethemba Sithebe, who has joined Kaizer Chiefs.
"We are really happy about him because, not only does he have a reputation for winning trophies, but we thought we needed balance in the team," AmaZulu Chairman Sandile Zungu said of the former Kaizer Chiefs and Sundowns midfielder, according to FarPost.
"Something has to be done in that midfield position, and he is an ideal match for us."
"He is really excited to be at AmaZulu, and we are very excited to have him."
In other developments, Arthur Zwane, the newly appointed Kaizer Chiefs head coach, made time out of his busy schedule to witness the Amakhosi Under-18 team.
The Amakhosi young team is currently competing in the Engen 2022 Knockout Challenge in Gauteng.
Zwane, who previously managed the Kaizer Chiefs youth team in the same event, was on hand to see the junior Glamour Boys on Friday afternoon.
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Chiefs won both of their first-day games, 1-0 against Jomo Cosmos and 1-0 against Randburg FC.
Take a look at the Amakhosi head coach at Johannesburg's Marks Park below!
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