Absa Premiership

Abraw relishing Chiefs chance

2015-06-25 13:15
Chiefs are said to be courting Camaldine Abraw, who may have signed with Celtic. PHOTO: Ryan Wilkisky / BackpagePix

Cape Town - Camaldine Abraw says it is "a dream come true" to have signed for Kaizer Chiefs following his unveiling at Naturena this week.

The striker is one of five new signings made by Amakhosi so far in the off-season, having joined from Free State Stars ahead of the 2015/16 PSL campaign.

And, speaking of his chance to shine with the Glamour Boys, Abraw told Soccer Laduma: "This is an honour for me. It's a dream come true and I am happy to be here.

“I know this is just the start of a long journey and I am ready for the challenge ahead. I am ready to work hard and help the team.

"I know there are many good players here and I need to be on top of my game all the time to make sure I help the team."

There is, however, still some uncertainty surrounding his move to Chiefs, with Bloemfontein Celtic having claimed to have already signed the player on a pre-agreement, and have since reported the Soweto giants to thePSL's Dispute Resolution Chamber.

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