Absa Premiership

Mngqibisa heading to Tuks

2015-01-21 15:09
Vukile Mngqibisa (Gallo Images)

Cape Town - The University of Pretoria expects Vukile Mngqibisa to join the club next season, after both parties agreed on terms this week.

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"We have agreed on terms with the player and his manager and we are looking forward to having him wear the candy stripe next season," read a statement from the clubs official website.

"He is a solid defender and also has the ability to can score goals so we believe he will be a valuable addition to AmaTuks," continued the statement.

Mngqibisa currently plies his trade at Polokwane City and has done so for the past three seasons.

During his tenure at Rise and Shine, he helped the club earn promotion to the Premiership and has subsequently contributed to the remarkable transition that they have made this season.

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