Amazulu football club have confirmed five new signings as two players promoted to the first team from their reserve side in the MDC. The players unveiled included veteran midfielder Keagan Buchanan (30) formerly with Maritzburg United were he registered four assists in sixteen outings in all competitions last season.
Another familiar face in their additions was recently released Kaizer Chiefs defender Philani Zulu (28), completing the list of the five signed players are Mararr Ceesay (21) who is a midfielder from Gambia who has played two games in the Caf Champions League for his country club Gambia Armed Forces FC, Mxolisi Kunene (29) former Maritzburg United defender and Under 23 South African captain Tercious Malepe who was part of the Under 23 squard that took part in the 2020 Tokyo Olympics with the South African team.
The other two acquisitions are promoted from their MultiChoice Diski squad in the form of Lindani Shange and Tshepang Moremi, though it seems like the KZN based outfit are not done as yet as the club's President Sandile Zulu confirmed that new signings will be confirmed in the coming weeks as they need more players if they are to compete in the Caf champions League and challenge for titles in domestic competitions.
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