Cele set for Swallows stay

2015-06-11 14:12
Philani Cele (Gallo Images)

Cape Town - Kaizer Chiefs youngster Philani Cele, who was on loan at Moroka Swallows, is expected to remain with the team in the National First Division next season.

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Swallows want to keep the young midfielder as one of the under-23 players in the team, as part of the new plan for the team as they prepare for new life in the second tier.

A source at Moroka Swallows told Sport24 that the management know that they will lose many players, and that's why they want to keep Cele.

"The NFD has the under-23 rule, and that's why they want to keep Cele,” the source said.

“They are already talking to Chiefs to keep the youngster.

“He is a talented youngster with a great future, and that's why they want to keep him.”

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