Only Three people can lure Zungu to join Soweto Giants, Check who
As per some reports it is claimed that the former Mamelodi Sundowns football club midfield position player, Bongani Zungu who is mostly known as Ben 10 is currently looking to leave his team in France which is Amiens and his next destination is not yet revealed, but Soweto Giants are also looking to sign him.
Bongani "Ben 10" Zungu has once played for Mamelodi Sundowns football club before he went abroad and he has once player under the management of Steven Gerrard in Glasgow Rangers who is now Aston Villa manager, now it's remain unknown on which team will Bongani Zungu join if Amiens release him.
As we take a look on three people that are in Soweto Giants we have found that these 3 people might somehow somewhere be able to lure the former Mamelodi Sundowns football club midfield position player, Bongani "Ben 10" Zungu to join Soweto Giants.
Khama Billiat is one of the people that might be able to lure the former Mamelodi Sundowns football club player to join Kaizer Chiefs football club as these two have once played together in Mamelodi Sundowns football club.
Stuart William Baxter and Bongani Zungu have once worked together in South African national team in 2017 to 2019 which might be also an advantage for Kaizer Chiefs football club. Not forgetting his friend Keagan Dolly whom they played together in France.
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