Obada confirm Swallows stay

2015-07-01 09:27
Felix Obada (Gallo Images)

Cape Town - Moroka Swallows and Nigeria born forward, Felix Obada, says he will be staying with the Dube Birds and will play for the team in the National First Division for the 2015/16 season.

Obada told Sport24 that his future with the club for the upcoming season has been settled and will be playing for the Soweto based side in the NFD.

“Yes, I’m staying with Swallows and my focus is on helping the team regain their premier league status,” Obada said.

“This is the final decision and we have agreed with the team that I will play for them in the upcoming season.”

A number of Swallows players have already left the team having made it clear that they cannot go down to the NFD.

Lerato Chabangu has been training with Bidvest Wits while the duo of Vuyisile Wana and Lantshene Phalane have already joined Bloemfontein Celtic.

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