PSL

Tuks sign striker Niang

2012-08-15 16:34
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Cape Town - PSL newcomers, the University of Pretoria, announced the permanent signing of Senegalese striker Mame Niang from SuperSport United, supersport.com reports.

Tuks coach Steve Barker believes Niang, 28, will be an asset to the Pretoria side.

“We are delighted to have a player of Mame’s calibre joining our club. He has good PSL experience and pedigree, having played for Moroka Swallows and Supersport United for a number of years. He also had a stint in the Bundesliga," said Barker.

Niang joins Tuks on a one-year contract with an option to renew. 

The 1.94m Niang also previously played for PSL side Moroka Swallows between 2005 and 2007.

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