Absa Premiership

Nomandela up for 'Downs return

2015-06-08 09:24
Luyolo Nomandela (Supplied)

Cape Town - Luyolo Nomandela is on his way back to Mamelodi Sundowns after a loan spell at Moroka Swallows, and thinks that he is ready to force his way into the team.

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The 25-year-old went out on loan for the second half of last season, but couldn't help the Dube Birds avoid relegation as they went into the play-offs before dropping down to the National First Division.

“Yes, I will be going back to Sundowns,” he told goal.com.

“I believe I am more than ready now to play regularly than I was when I first arrived at the club.

“I am ready to fight for my place in the team. I am not scared of them. They are good players with a lot of experience, but I can only learn from them in order to improve my game and take it to the next level.”

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