Fikizolo to fight for spot

2015-01-02 10:40
Andile Fikizolo (Supplied)

Cape Town - SuperSport United midfielder Andile Fikizolo is not looking to leave the Tshwane giants in January, despite struggling for game time this season.

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The winger, 20, joined Matsatsantsa from Thanda Royal Zulu at the beginning of the campaign but has failed to cement a regular place under coach Gordon Igesund.

However, the player's agent, Tim Sukazi, insists his client, who signed a three-year deal in August, is determined to continue fighting for his place in the starting XI as SuperSport look ahead to the second half of the Premiership season.

"The club rates him highly and the coach as well, therefore there is no call for any move and nothing whatsoever," Sukazi said.

"If other clubs come [to sign him] then the decision will be made by SuperSport. However, they will take it down and escalate it to their head coach and they will decide from there."

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