Absa Premiership

Swazi striker impresses SA teams

2015-07-20 09:38
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Cape Town - After playing well against Kaizer Chiefs in the Kings Super Cup, Mbabane Swallows striker Njabulo Ndlovu has attracted interest from South African clubs. 

News reaching Sport24 is that the Sihlangu Semnikati striker was being monitored by Mpumalanga Black Aces and Martizburg United. 

A source said that the officials from the two teams were available at the stadium on Saturday to monitor the striker.

"Njabulo has attracted interest from South African teams," the source said.

"They started monitoring him during the COSAFA Cup in May and he has continued to do well for both club and country. 

"I am not sure whether they have invited him for trials yet or not."

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