Olisa Ndah, a Nigerian young defender, has finally broken his silence on joining Orlando Pirates. The Buccaneers announced Ndah as their latest addition to the squad. They 23-year-old impressed the Buccaneers technical team during his trials.
The former Akwa United defender expressed his gratitude to the owners and management of Akwa United for giving him the opportunity to join Orlando Pirates.
"From the management and technical staff to the supporters, everyone at Akwa United has made such a big impact in my career. I have developed as a person and a footballer duringy time at the club," he added.
Ndah said that he is honoured to have made his debut for the Under 23 national team and received a maiden Super Eagles call-up as an Akwa United player. "We have shared so many special moments together including a first Nigerian Professional Football League title for the club. To "the promise keepers" i will keep a promise to you, of always representing Akwa United wherever and whenever I go," he said.
He further said that he is at a stage of his career where he really want to test himself and he think this is the perfect opportunity for him and he have taken this challenge upon himself.
Ndah thanks the Buccaneers chairman Dr Irvin Khoza and the technical team for believing in him. "I will do my utmost to repay your faith in me.
The young defender said that he can't wait to get going and give his 100 per cent contribution to the club.
The Buccaneers have been conceding lots of goals and Ndah is expected to marshall the defence and bring stability. It remains to be seen how often Mandla Ncikazi and Fadlu Davids will use him.
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