Ngele joins 'Downs next year

2014-08-27 14:56
Mogakolodi Ngele (Gallo Images)

Johannesburg - Mogakolodi Ngele will be a Mamelodi Sundowns player next season confirms Platinum Stars.

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According to Soccer Laduma, Stars has an agreement in place that Ngele will join Sundowns permanently.

“We have an agreement in place with Sundowns that Ngele will join them, but only next season,” said Senzo Mazingiza, Dikwena’s football manager.

“We have signed Rodgers from them as part of that agreement, though Ngele’s will only make his move next year.”

Meanwhile Stars take on Kaizer Chiefs and Sundowns clash with title rivals Orlando Pirates.

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In 2013/14 league season, Amakhosi got the better of Dikwena 2-1 in the first round of fixtures, but Dikwena turned the tables by winning their home tie by 2-0.

Both games are on Wednesday, August 27 scheduled to start at 19:30.

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