AT Mambas player has just joined this PSL team, Check below
It's seems like Philly's games tournament is becoming more interesting ever since they started broadcasting it on SuperSport TV because there's a lot of talent that people were not getting a chance to witness but now they are seeing it, one of the players who is mostly known as BlackBerry has just earned himself a professional football contract with one of the Premier Soccer League teams.
This player was seen wearing the AT mambas football club jersey on Philly's games tournament where many fans started to notice his talent and now it's seems like his talent has caught the eye sight of TTM football club management as they have just signed him, Xolani Nkala who is mostly known as BlackBerry will be joining GladAfrica Championship team for next season as he has already been revealed as TTM football club player.
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