SuperSport youngster on trial at Zwolle

2016-03-15 15:59
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Cape Town - SuperSport United's reserve team coach Kwanele Kopo has confirmed that Jake Aresti will return to Eredivisie outfit PEC Zwolle for another two-month trial.

The 15-year-old midfielder impressed during his first trial last year and is scheduled to leave the country on the 18th of April to begin training with the Blauwvingers.

Kopo, the South African U17 assistant coach, has confirmed that the youth international midfielder will be undergoing another two-month trial with the club.

"Jake has done well since his early days with us and his outstanding progress has been seen by many at the club," he told club's official website.

"We got a very positive report from our colleagues at PEC Zwolle following his first trial period and now we expect him to carry on from where he left off. We are confident that he will produce similar performances now that his trial will be extended."

Zwolle have a history with South African players, having taken South Africa international Fagrie Lakay on trial last year and signing Kamohelo Mokotjo from Feyenoord before he developed into one of the most sought-after midfielders in the Netherlands.

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