Absa Premiership

Wits sign Tuks goalkeeper

2015-01-06 14:06
Thakasani Mbanjwa (Supplied)

Cape Town - Bidvest Wits CEO, Jose Ferreira, confirmed the signing of University of Pretoria goalkeeper, Thakasani Mbanjwa.

Read: Wits wow to hunt Chiefs down

According to KickOff, Ferreira revealed that Wits has the intention of bringing the goalkeeper to Wits next season after the 18-year-old penned a  pre-contract.

“We have sealed the pre-contract with Thakasani,” said Ferreira.

“This is a deal that we have done with our minds on next season. This is an 18-year-old keeper.”

Wits already have Moeneeb Josephs as their first choice while the aging and ever reliable Rowen Fernandez is a good second choice. In the youth ranks, Noah Cohen and Jethren Barr will be joined by Mbanjwa.

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