Absa Premiership

Chiefs deal will go through - Cardoso

2015-06-08 14:55
Daniel Cardoso (backpagepix)

Cape Town - Daniel Cardoso’s proposed move to Kaizer Chiefs looked to be a sure thing but when it was not announced at their tumultuous press conference last Tuesday many thought the deal hadn’t gone through.

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Cardoso has, however, confirmed to Sport24 that the move is all but done and is just waiting on an announcement from the club itself.

“There isn’t any more news, I want them to make the announcement first," said Cardoso.

"It’s pretty much done, so it will go through.”

The man from the South of Johannesburg spared a moment to thank his former employers for the role that they have played in his development as a player.

“I’m definitely excited but I’ve gotta [got to] thank Free State Stars for giving me the platform.”

 

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