Aces work on Ngoma stay

2015-05-13 13:41
Aubrey Ngoma (Supplied)

Cape Town - Mpumalanga Black Aces have confirmed they are keen to retain the services of Aubrey Ngoma, either on an extended loan or possibly a permanent deal.

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The Orlando Pirates midfielder proved a driving force for AmaZayoni this past season, with his five goals and four assists in 21 appearances helping them to a comfortable 10th-placed finish in the Premiership.

Aces are now keen to keep such a talent at the club, with Chairman Mario Morfou confirming their interest in a new deal.

"We are going down to the chairman and will see if we can keep him either for another year on loan or see if we can do a deal with Pirates," Morfou is quoted as saying by KickOff.

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