It has been an interesting transfer window in the DStv Premiership League. Clubs have been improving their squads even technical team. AmaZulu FC has been having a good transfer window after they let go plenty of players at the end of the season. They are still signing new players even now. Today they have confirmed another good signing ahead of the new season. AmaZulu had a poor season in the last campaign, they had plenty of fixtures which might have resulted in them having a poor season. They have completed the signing of former Mamelodi Sundowns player George Maluleka.
AmaZulu FC president Sandile Zungu has confirmed the new signing also on the club's official Twitter account. Sandile Zungu has confirmed that the player has signed a two-year contract deal with the club with a option of another season. The player has won two DStv Premiership League titles, MTN 8 cup and Nedbank cup all with Mamelodi Sundowns in space of two seasons. How do you feel about AmaZulu FC new signing? Comment your answer below, share and hit the like button please.
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