Mashego's 'Downs future safe

2015-01-21 11:54
Katlego Mashego (Supplied)
Cape Town - Katlego Mashego’s management team has confirmed that he will continue to ply his trade at Mamelodi Sundowns for another two seasons.

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Mashego, who has been at Sundowns for the greater part of the last two seasons, has not played a lot of football during the current campaign.

That has fuelled speculation about a possible departure from the club, especially after Kingston Nkatha parted ways with Kaizer Chiefs.

However, his agent Tim Sukazi has sought to nip those rumours in the bud.

"I can confirm that Mashego has renewed his Sundowns contract, and he'll be at the club for at least another two years," Sukazi told Goal.

Mashego is a two-time PSL champion, having lifted the title while he was at Pirates, before repeating that feat last season with Mamelodi Sundowns.

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