PSL has produced some of Africa's top soccer players, and many of them have gone on to play in other countries after gaining experience in the PSL. Mamelodi Sundowns, Orlando Pirates, and Kaizer Chiefs have probably produced the finest of the greatest players who have left South Africa's Premier Soccer League (PSL) to play abroad.
Al Ahly's Percy Tau and Bongani Zungu are two of the brightest former stars of Mamelodi Sundowns who have completed moves to other countries. Knowledge Musona and Ryan Moon, two former Kaizer Chiefs players, are creating a name for themselves on the international stage. While Knowledge Musona currently plays for Saudi Arabia's Al-Tai FC in the Saudi Pro League, it's possible that another former Kaizer Chiefs player will follow him there in the near future.
Ovidy Karuru, a former Kaizer Chiefs player, is reportedly on his way to Saudi Arabia to sign with Al-Shoulla FC of the Saudi Arabian Second Division. A deal is expected to be finalized this week, according to sources. Both Ovidy Karuru and Knowledge Musona, former Kaizer Chiefs players and members of Zimbabwe's national team, play for the country's national team.
It's possible that the two Zimbabwean players will meet up in Saudi Arabia, where they'll have familiar company. Even though they won't play in the same league, at least they'll be able to see one other. In the event that Ovidy Karuru is able to sign a contract with Saudi Arabian team Al-Shoulla, he has made it a long way in his football career.
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