Zulu is a Glamour Boy

2015-01-08 08:48
David Zulu (Supplied)
David Zulu (Supplied)

Cape Town – Chippa United have confirmed that David Zulu has left the Chilli Boys and has already started training with Kaizer Chiefs.

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Lukanyo Mzinzi, COO of Chippa, confirmed that Zulu is no longer a with United and has already been wearing the colours of Chiefs during training.

“Zulu is no longer with us,” said Mzini as quoted by Soccer Laduma.

“He started training with Kaizer Chiefs today (Wednesday).”

Sport24 reported in October 2014 that Zulu has signed a four year contract with Chiefs and will make his move to Naturena in the January transfer window.

“David has signed a four-year contract with Chiefs. The chairman [Chippa Mpengesi] was the one who asked David if he wants to leave and the player said yes," said a senior Chippa official back in October.

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