Absa Premiership

Chiefs sell Ngcobo to Wits

2014-01-17 18:10
Sthembiso Ngcobo (Gallo Images)

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Kaizer Chiefs have confirmed the transfer of the striker, Sthembiso Ngcobo to BidVest Wits on an outright sale agreement. The agreement was reached between Kaizer Chiefs, BidVest Wits and AmaZulu.

Chiefs agreed to release Ngcobo after accepting the offer from Wits. AmaZulu, the club where Ngcobo was currently on a one one-year loan deal was consulted and they agreed to release the player.

Ngcobo joined the Amakhosi from Free State Stars in 2010. "Kaizer Chiefs would like to wish Ngcobo the best of luck going forward with his career," said the club.

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