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SSU Confirm Another Addition

SuperSport United CEO Stan Matthews has affirmed that a lesser global footballer has joined the club, and could leave his imprint soon. 

Previous Ajax Cape Town/Cape Town Spurs safeguard Kegan Johannes is the player being referred to, after the 20-year-old left the Mother City club toward the finish of last season. 

Johannes, who iDiski Times addressed back in Edition 17 of the paper, made his expert introduction as a teen for then Ajax, including in more than 60 games for the club. 

At 18 at that point, he was likewise the most youthful individual from the public U23 side at the CAF U23 Championship, where he assisted South Africa with qualifying the Olympics Games, but he was not piece of the crew that went to Tokyo. 

Matthews, talking in discussion with the South African Football Journalist Association (SAFJA) on Friday, said Johannes is one of various more youthful players at the club, who are thumping on the entryway of choice to Kaitano Tembo's first group crew. 

"You're surely not going to see us pay move expenses, in light of the fact that the exchange market truly is insane," Matthews told SAFJA. 

"Furthermore, there are a few clubs, as I've said before that can play in that space, and we are not one of them. Furthermore, we would prefer not to be one of them. 

"So we are very glad to follow the model that we are following right now. Getting great youthful Teboho Mokoenas and Sipho Mbules into our framework. 

"Luke Fleurs, Jesse Donn, Keenan Phillips, Kegan Johannes, we have some intriguing youthful players that will be getting through our positions over the course of the following a few years. 

"What's more, when it's the ideal opportunity for one to go, similar to a Luke Fleurs and afterward a Kegan Johannes comes in, or, Keenan Philips. 

"We arranging that all the time with our specialized group, we have a decent hold on where our crew will be over the course of the following three years."

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