Breaking: Sundowns defender makes deadline day move
By Nelow | self meida writer
Published 12 days ago - 2398 views
Mamelodi Sundowns have affirmed that they have credited safeguard Kaketso Majadibodu to a GladAfrica Championships side.
Majadibodu has joined University of Pretoria for the remainder of the period, leaving Chloorkop in the wake of making his first group debut as of late.
The previous Sundowns Multichoice Diski Challenge player made his presentation when he went ahead an alternative for the club in their DSTV Premiership conflict against Bloemfontein Celtic. He was allowed one more opportunity to play in the club's 1-1 draw against Swallows FC in the accompanying game.
This is the third time Majadibodu has been lent out by Sundowns. Beforehand the has gone out borrowed to Ajax Cape Town and Mthatha Bucks.
With rivalry from any semblance of Thapelo Morena and Khuliso Mudau, Majadibodu was probably not going to get a great deal of game time before the finish of the period.
Source: Soccer Laduma
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