Finally, after spending almost 3 months without a club, one of South Africa's brightest stars abroad signed for a new club after he has been without a club since June.
South African born football star Thabo Cele departed his previous club Cova da Piedade in June and has spend his entire leisure time without a club until he finally signed for a new club in Poland. Thabo Cele signed for Polish Ekstraklasa side Radomiak Radom as he avoided spending the rest of the year without a club.
Three months without a club was more than enough for Thabo Cele as he waisted too much time already this season without game-time. If this deal would not have gone through for Cele, he might have been without a club until January which is the next open transfer window for an opportunity to make it home to South Africa and try out with one of the local clubs to revive his football career and keep it alive.
Thabo Cele is one of the lucky ones who has been without a club and signed late deals with new clubs, as there is still a few unlucky South African stars who is still without a club. Many South African players are playing for clubs abroad to further develop their talents with foreign clubs, and Cele will now be added to the list as matches played by Radomiak Radom should now be added to South Africans list of matches to look out for.
Thabo Cele is a midfielder and he does not score many goals, but he has goals under his belt and hopefully he will be a great asset to Radomiak Radom as he represents South Africa in Poland.
We as South Africans wish Thabo Cele all the best of luck on his new journey abroad. May he prosper at his new club.
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