Swallows add Dladla to squad

2015-08-24 13:00
Josta Dladla (Gallo Images)

Cape Town - Former Kaizer Chiefs winger Josta Dladla signed a short term contract with NFD side Moroka Swallows who were relegated from the Absa Premier league last season.

The former Mamelodi Sundowns player says that he is happy that he will play again because he has a few seasons left in him.

"I still have few seasons or years in me to play," the former Bidvest Wits midfielder said. 

“I love football and I will keep on pushing to do well. 

“Swallows have shown belief in me and I will do my part by playing well for the team and helping them in the quest to return back to the PSL.”

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