DStv Premiership champions Mamelodi Sundowns have confirmed the signing of a new striker. The Brazilians have confirmed the signing of Ethiopian striker Abubeker Nassir from Ethiopian Coffee.
Nassir becomes Sundowns' third signing for the 2022/2023 campaign after the arrival of goalkeeper Ronwen Williams and Sipho Mbule, who both joined from SuperSport United.
Masandawana, it's time to unleash the newest member of our striking department Abubeker Nasir," the club tweeted.Let’s welcome the Ethiopian attacker to the Home of Champions."
Zwane is still looking for some alien type of striker. He believes he knows a lot and has won nothing but a million frustrated die hard supporters, so loyal that they don't have rest but pain.
I wish someone can borrow zwane some football brains. They are still deciding on Dove... Downs will buy him while they sit and decide Up Up sundowns Chiefs Deciding FC.
Unlike, useless team like Chiefs, Downs play more than 50 games per season , while Chiefs play less than 35 games per season, It takes lots of players to play more than 50 games in 9 Months.
Ethiopians are already crying because Mamelodi Sundowns FC want to loan out Abubakar Nassir and when we check he is left with 4 years in his contract more tears to fall
Ethiopians Must understand that their player was not signed to play but just to stop Chiefs from signing him.
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