Xulu: It's a dream come true

2015-06-24 10:59
Siyanda Xulu (Gallo Images)

Cape Town - Former Mamelodi Sundowns defender, Siyanda Xulu, who has joined Kaizer Chiefs from Russian side FC Rostov, says that the move to the Soweto Giants is a dream come true.

Xulu started his career at Chiefs before leaving for Sundowns' Chloorkop in 2009.

Speaking to Sport24, Xulu says that it is now up to him to pay back the club for showing trust in him.

"This is a dream come true for me," the KwaMashu-born defender said.

The 23-year-old admits he always wanted to play for Amakhosi at the highest level.

"It was always my wish to play for Chiefs at the highest level and here I am today sitting at the club and ready to play. 

"I think it has come at the right time as I have now gained the experience to play for Chiefs."

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