Were still awaiting permit

2014-09-04 12:24
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Durban - Paul Were is the only foreigner in the AmaZulu squad struggling to obtain his working permit.

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According to Soccer Laduma, AmaZulu team manager, Japhet Zwane, confirmed that the PSL know that they are waiting on the players permit.

“He hasn’t got his papers yet. We are still waiting,” said Swane.

“The PSL say they know about the issue and said we will get it. They know that we have a player that is waiting for a permit. Once we get a permit we will go to them and they will give us a card.”

The Kenyan has to make his official PSL debut for AmaZulu while Sadate Ouro-Akoriko and Bornwell Mwape have already featured for Usuthu.

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AmaZulu are up against Polokwane City in the PSL on Saturday, September 13 at 18:00.

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