The 2022/23 season commenced this past weekend and that gave the technical teams a glimpse of what's needed to be worked on and fixed before their next encounter. At the sametime some teams will still have an opportunity to bring in new faces in their set-up hoping they'll fit in like a glove. Also, the transfer window will be closed and this will mean that club won't be able to buy new players. With that being said, the former Mamelodi Sundowns star Harold Majadibodu has been signed by Richard Bay in a two-year deal, this comes after he couldn't cement his position at Sundowns.
Which meant that the Downs technical team felt that he needed to loaned to different teams so that he can get the necessary experience to compete at Chloorkop. The work of Majadibodu was visible when he was recently loaned out to AmaTuks as he instrumental in making sure that they reach the promotion play-off. However, he wasn't able to influence AmaTuks to win the promotion playoffs even though they fought to see positive results. Nevertheless, Natal Rich Boyz have strengthen their squad for their debut Premier Soccer League (PSL) season. They've recruited the Sundowns duo Majadibodu and Siyanda Msani as they feel that they'll excel in their set-up. Majadibodu signed a permanent deal with the Natal Rich Boys, meanwhile his former team mate Msani only got new loan move.
Majadibodu will have to worked harder to be recognized within the Rookies of Premier Soccer League (PSL). As they started the new campaign with supporters and they defeated the TS Galaxy by 2-0.
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