Defending player from Orlando Pirates joins Richards Bay. The 32-year-old joins a KwaZulu-Natal team that has significantly improved since being promoted to the PSL. Richards Bay, who are making their Premier Soccer League debut, have announced the signing of former Orlando Pirates defender Ntsikelelo Nyauza. Nyauza joined Natal Rich Boyz after leaving the Soweto giants before the current season began; the terms of his contract have not yet been made public. After making what seemed to be an unexpected exit from the Sea Robbers, the center defender has found a new home. He was released along with Happy Jele, a former defense partner and fellow Pirates captain.
Richards Bay announced the former Orlando Pirates player Ntsikelelo Nyauza in their official Twitter account. They said "We would like to take this opportunity and confirm the signing of Defender Ntsikelelo Nyauza, who was on the books of Orlando Pirates." How well do you think the player will do at Richards Bay? Comment your answer, share and hit the like button please.
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