Karuru, Mngadi back in SA

2014-08-11 13:32
Kaizer Chiefs coach Stuart Baxter (Backpage)

Cape Town – New Kaizer Chiefs signings Ovidy Karuru and Phakamani Mngadi have returned to South Africa and could be available for selection.

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According to Soccer Laduma, Karuru returned to Zimbabwe in order to apply for his work permit in South Africa while Mngadi received his clearance from Belgian side, AS Eupen.

Both players previously played for Belgium teams. The two midfielders put pen to paper signalling Amakhosi’s intentions going into the new season.

But will Stuart Baxter rearrange his starting XI in order make way for Karuru and Mngadi?

Kaizer Chiefs started their PSL campaign off to a good start with a 1-0 win over Free State Stars.

Their next opponents are the tough Mpumalanga Black Aces who held Bloemfontein Celtic to 1-1 draw.

Kick-off is scheduled for 19:30 on Wednesday, August 13.

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