Wanga impressive at Wits

2015-07-09 12:05
Gavin Hunt (Supplied)
Gavin Hunt (Supplied)

Cape Town - Bidvest Wits coach, Gavin Hunt, has been impressed by Kenyan striker, Allan Wanga, who has been undergoing trials at the club since Saturday.

Sport24 has been informed that the Wits coach is impressed with the 29-year-old striker previously in the books of El Merreikh in Sudan.

“The coach is impressed with the striker who is a free agent after his contract in Sudan ended in May and could be in line for deal with the Students,” the source told Sport24.

“There are a number of players being assessed by the coach, but as for Wanga he has done very well and was in action in a friendly match against Township Rollers of Botswana yesterday.”

Former Moroka Swallows midfielder, Lerato Chabangu, is also among players that could sign with the University side.

Wits yesterday announced the signing of former Mamelodi Sundowns winger, Elias Pelembe as Hunt bolsters his squad for the new season.

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