Ntombayithethi and Dlamini training with Cape side

2016-07-15 12:01
Ayanda Dlamini (TEAMtalk)

Cape Town - Free agents Vuyisile Ntombayithethi and Ayanda Dlamini are currently on trial at Cape Town City in a bid to earn Premiership contracts.

Ntombayithethi, a tireless midfielder left TUKS at the end of last campaign after their relegation from the top-flight - while Dlamini was once touted as a future Bafana Bafana striker when bursting onto the scene with Amazulu during their Premiership days.

"There are a few other players still to arrive. Dlamini and Ntombayithethi also started training with us today," an unnamed source told KickOff.

Ntombayithethi and Dlamini will be hoping to add experience to Eric Tinkler's new side with over 250 Premiership appearances between them.

City have already announced the signing of Australian midfielder Matt Sim, while Lennox Bacela and Robyn Johannes are still being assessed by the club's technical team.

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