Absa Premiership

Stars waited for the right offer

2015-06-10 10:58
Daniel Cardoso (Supplied)

Cape Town - Free State Stars had long made peace with the fact that they were going to lose their top defender, Daniel Cardoso, who will soon be announced as a Kaizer Chiefs player.

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Sports24 have been informed that Ea Lla Koto’s management was long aware that they are going to lose Cardoso who wanted to be closer to his family in Johannesburg.

“Our management knew that they players wanted to be in Johannesburg where he will be close to the family,” the source reveals.

“The good thing is that the club was aware of this and all they wanted was a good offer for the player.”

The source reveals that Ea Lla Koto has been willing to give the player the green light to leave.

“He has been a good servant of the club and very disciplined for that matter.

“So it was just matter of getting a good deal out of him before he goes,” he said.


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