Absa Premiership

SSU sign another Kiwi

2015-01-13 10:22
Michael Boxall (Supplied)

Cape Town - It has been reported that SuperSport United have signed New Zealand International defender, Michael Boxall.

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Matsatsantsa CEO, Stan Matthews, reveals that Boxall will only join the Pretoria side at the end of the season.

“We’re excited to have signed Michael,” said Boxall as quoted by Soccer Laduma.

"We wanted to have him here sooner, but his club indicated that he was very important for them and that they didn't want to lose him now."

Boxall is United’s second New Zealand signing having secured the services of former Wellington Phoenix striker, Jeremy Brockie.

Brockie will line-up in his SuperSport strip for the first time on Wednesday, February 11th against Free State Stars when the PSL resumes.

The encounter is set for a 19:30 kick-off at the Lucas Moripe Stadium.

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