Karuru, Mngadi sign for Chiefs

2014-07-31 08:00
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Cape Town - Kaizer Chiefs have announced the arrival of Phakamani Mngadi and Ovidy Karuru.

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

The 20-year-old Mngadi has signed for the Glamour Boys on an 11-month loan with a buy-out clause deal.

Mngadi was born in Pietermaritzburg, and has spent time at Barcelona’s development academy in Spain and graduated from Qatar’s Aspire Academy before he signed for K.A.S Eupen.

The 25-year-old Karuru, a Zimbabwen international born in Masvingo, has signed a three-year deal. Karuru played for USBCO France and OH Leuven in Belgium.

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