A career of football is one which a player had to accept that they can find themselves in a new club in a short amount of time from the club they would have told themselves that they'd play at for a long time.
Former Orlando Pirates Captain Ntsikelelo Nyauza would be one to give a testimony to that as he found himself having to look for a new club after Pirates decided to part ways with him following many years with them.
The decision to let Nyauza go was one that did not sit well with the Buccaneers faithful, but time goes on and so did Nyauza move on as he has found himself a new home within the PSL.
Newcomers Richard's bay who pounced on another former Orlando Pirates player in the form of Luvuyo Memela have taken the decision to bring Nyauza on board in their team. The newcomers took to social media to announce the exciting news that they had captured the experienced player.
"We as Richards Bay United would like to take this time and opportunity to confirm that we have signed former Orlando Pirates defender Ntsikelelo Nyauza. We say Welcome to the Natal Rich Boyz family," read the statement on the club's social media platform.
The experience that Nyauza bring to the table at the PSL rookies will enable them to adjust to life in the top flight and probably retain their league status for next season, which will be probably their biggest Mandate of the season.
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