Kadi set to leave Clever Boys

2016-06-24 10:53
Calvin Kadi (TEAMtalk)

Cape Town - Calvin Kadi will be leaving Bidvest Wits due to a knee injury which has restricted his game-time during his four-year stay at the club.

Kadi's representatives at ProSport International have confirmed they are working towards finding a new home for the 28-year-old striker.

"We are confident that he will find a good club here in the PSL," a ProSport official told KickOff.

Kadi returned to ply his trade in the Premiership after stints in Portugal and Greece. Upon his return, the marksman enjoyed regular game-time for the Clever Boys, racking up 27 appearances and netting six goals in the 2012/13 season.

However, following a dip in form coupled with injuries, Kadi fell out of favour with Students coach Gavin Hunt and has only made eight league starts since sustaining an horrific injury in the 2014 Nedbank Cup final against Orlando Pirates.

Top-flight rivals Free State Stars have previously made enquiries for the former Jomo Cosmos and SuperSport United player.

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