"Mamelodi Sundowns are overjoyed to welcome left-lower back Sifiso Ngobeni from Bloemfontein Celtic. The Mamelodi-born defender returns to his place of birth to symbolize The Brazilians following the signing of a 5-yr deal," Sundowns membership declaration read.
Ngobeni went directly to make fifty one appearances for Siwelele over the 2 seasons that he spent with the team. The 24-yr-vintage changed into additionally a member of the Bafana Bafana squad that lately received the Cosafa Cup.
Ngobeni is the second one participant to enroll in Masandawana from Celtic this low season as he reunites with Neo Maema who additionally joined from the Free-State primarily based totally membership.
Ngobeni could be anticipated to fill the void created via way of means of the departure of Tebogo Langerman from Sundowns.
Meanwhile, Celtic ought to have hassle filling the void created via way of means of the departures of Ngobeni and Maema. Siwelele are serving a switch ban over the failure to settle debt with former goalkeeper Patrick Tignyemb.
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