It has been an interesting day in the DStv Premiership League as there are a number of signings that are being confirmed. There has also been good news to Mamelodi Sundowns supporters after a signing of central defender was confirmed. Keegan Allan has officially joined Swallows FC from Motsepe Foundation Championship team University of Pretoria. With an option to extend for another year, the former Mamelodi Sundowns defender has signed a two-year contract with the Dube Birds. Last season, Allan participated in Tuks' successful campaign, which resulted in their qualification for the postseason play-offs.
Tuks came within one goal of gaining promotion to the top division, but a 1-0 loss to Swallows in the decisive play-off match prevented the team from returning to the Premiership. Swallows FC did not do well in the last campaign as many of their supporters had hoped after an incredible first season they had after being promoted. Where do you see Swallows FC finishing ahead of the new season? Comment your answer below, share and hit the like button please.
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