Mamelodi Sundowns were busy once more withinside the switch market, confirming the appearance of but some other participant to convey their general up to now to 6 sparkling faces.
Soccer Laduma had additionally been knowledgeable that the younger left returned will exit on loan – probably returned to Bloemfontein Celtic, wherein he become so instrumental ultimate season.
Downs showed the information on their internet site on Thursday afternoon.
“Mamelodi Sundowns are extremely joyful to welcome left-returned Sifiso Ngobeni from Bloemfontein Celtic. The Mamelodi-born defender returns to his place of origin to symbolize The Brazilians following the signing of a 5-yr deal,” study the statement.
“The 24-yr vintage made 21 league appearances for Siwelele ultimate season. Ngobeni performed an vital component withinside the 2021 COSAFA Cup match representing Bafana Bafana as they went directly to win the distinguished match held in Gqeberha, Eastern Cape on Sunday 19, July 2021. The full-returned turns into the second one participant from the Free State-primarily based totally aspect that has joined the Yellow Nation this low season and could be part of up together along with his former teammate Neo Maema at Chloorkop.
Welcome home, Ngobs!”
He joins Grant Kekana, Neo Maema, Divine Lunga, Thabiso Kutumela and Pavol Safranko to the listing of latest additions.
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