Mzava receives his work permit

2015-08-25 13:15
Limbikani Mzava (Gallo Images)

Cape Town - Mpumalanga Black Aces have been boosted by the presence of Malawian international defender Limbikani Mzava as they face Mamelodi Sundowns at Mbombela Stadium. 

The former Bloemfontein Celtic defender, who joined Aces at the start of the season, missed the team's two league opening games as he was still waiting for his work permit.

The player told Sport24 that he has finally received his work permit and that he will be part of the travelling match day squad today. 

"I am happy that I can finally play for the team," Mzava said.

"I have been working hard while waiting for my permit. 

"Now that I have it I have to work hard for the team and help us get positive results.”

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