In the beyond barely any days, there has been reports that Marumo Gallants star NdabayithethwaNdlondlo has joined Orlando Pirates in front of the new season. Ndlondlo, who was a star entertainer during the Nedbank Cup last season as he assisted Gallants with winning their first prize in the Premier Soccer League in the wake of beating Chippa United 1-0 in the last, has been intensely connected with a transition to the Buccaneers.
Gallants have now reacted to the reports that Ndlondlo has joined the Buccaneers.
Rufus Matsena, contact administrator at Gallants said that that there is talk that Philip Ndlondlo has joined Orlando Pirates. "As a club we need to remove ourselves from such unwarranted reports. Ndlodlo is still important for Marumo Gallants FC. We should allow him an opportunity to zero in on the new season. Statements of regret fan," he said.
The 25-year-old midfielder won three man-of-the-match grants during the Nedbank Cup and he has been on the Buccaneers radar.
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