The former Kaizer Chiefs forward appears to be staying in South Africa. Samir Nurkovic appears to be joining Royal AM. Samir Nurkovic, a former striker for Kaizer Chiefs, has reportedly committed to playing in the PSL after leaving Amakhosi.
Royal Air Force to Introduce Former Kansas City Chiefs Star Tiyani Mabsa's Unplayable claims that Samir Nurkovic will soon be signed by Royal AM.
It's a follow-up to the initial report that surfaced in May, which his agent later denied as false. The 30-year-old was included in the major reform of release procedures revealed by the Glamour boys last month. A formal announcement of Nurkovic's signing with Royal AM is forthcoming.
Amakhosi have since swapped out Nurkovic's brute strength with that of fast runner Ashley Du Preez. Twitter/@KaizerChiefs photo
NURKOVIC EXPLAINS HOW HE FELL OUT OF FAVOR WITH THE CHIEFS
It was reported in June by The South African that the Serb had spoken to the media about the unfortunate circumstances behind the abrupt end of his career in Soweto.
He claims that he was forced to play through discomfort after being rushed back from an injury. Here is the complete story, so read on!
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