Nkoana, Chigowa close to SSU exit

2015-07-14 14:15
Thabiso Nkoana (Supplied)
Thabiso Nkoana (Supplied)

Cape Town - Thabiso Nkoana and George Chigova are expected to seal their moves away from SuperSport United before the end of this week.

Sport24 has been informed that the two players are expected to leave Matsatsantsa this week with Chigova set to join Polokwane City while Nkoana will join University of Pretoria.

“The deals for the two players are almost done and they will leave for Polokwane and Tuks respectively,” the source said.

“It was made well known by the club that Nkoana is not in the plans of the coach while Chigova wanted more game time away from Supersport.”

Nkoana was on loan at Ajax Cape Town last season and was made to train with the club’s youth teams having been told that he is not in the plans of coach Gordon Igesund.

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