Absa Premiership

Papic still open to Mphela move

2015-07-21 10:55
Kosta Papic (Supplied)

Cape Town - Media reports yesterday state that Polokwane City FC wouldn’t be signing, Katlego Mphela , but coach, Kosta Papic, spoke to Sport24 and he had other thoughts on the striker.

“The opportunity is there to sign him up, but I can’t say much about that," said Papic.

“I have to have talks with him to find out what his vision is and what he wants to achieve with the club; other than that, why not?”

“Yes, his style will be able to fit in with the team, because I have called him to come and join us, but like I said I can’t say anymore.

“I just have to wait on him to hear what he says,” he said.

It is believed that Mphela will be a great asset to Polokwane City in future if the opportunity arises.

Papic says that with time and more communication a deal is not impossible.

 

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