Swallows get a boost

2014-08-20 08:33
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Johannesburg - Moroka Swallows have been boosted after two of their foreign players received their work permits ahead of the all important Mamelodi Sundowns clash.

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According to KickOff, Swallows general manger Sipho Xulu confirmed that midfielder Vladimir Mandic and defender Boris Savic have both received their permits.

“We just received the work permits, just five minutes ago, of the defender (Savic) and the midfielder (Mandic).”

Serbian goalkeeper Obren Cuckovic was the only player to not receive his papers, but Xulu revealed that they are working around the clock to get it sorted out.

“The goalkeeper (Cuckovic) didn’t get his but we are trying to get it as soon as possible.”

The Dube Birds face Sundowns on Wednesday, August 20 at 19:30 in their mouth-watering PSL clash.

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