Wits take up Bhasera option

2015-05-27 12:59
Onismor Bhasera (Gallo Images)

Cape Town - Bidvest Wits have exercised the one-year option on Onismor Bhasera's deal, while also confirming the exit of veteran striker Christopher Katongo.

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Bhasera, a former Zimbabwe international, had a running contract with the club that was winding down, although the left-back will remain part of the team for another term after the Clever Boys exercised his12-month option.

Wits CEO Jose Ferreira confirmed the news, saying: "We have exercised the option; he (Bhasera) is staying with the club next season."

Meanwhile, Zambian-born Katongo leaves the Students after one season.

The club had earlier also announced the signing of former SuperSport United and Orlando Pirates winger Daine Klate, one of the PLS's most decorated footballers, having won five successive Premiership titles during his time with Matsatsantsa and the Buccaneers.

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