Absa Premiership

Ajax confirm Mosadi move

2016-07-11 14:16
Thabo Mosadi (Backpage)

Cape Town - Ajax Cape Town coach Roger De Sa has revealed the signing of midfielder Thabo Mosadi from the University Of Pretoria.

Speaking to KickOff, De Sa stated that the acquisition of Mosadi was not as a result of Riyaad Norodien's move to Orlando Pirates.

"Even if (Riyaad) Norodien would've stayed, we still would've acquired a winger. It would've kept Riyaad on his toes you know," he said.

"We were looking for a winger for a while and Mosadi is the answer - he's going to be a good one.

"We've been watching him for a while now and we are glad to have his services," he said.

Mosadi is believed to have signed a three-year contract with the Urban Warriors after Tuks were relegated to the National First Division last season.

He will be competing with the likes of Ziyaad Eksteen, Erwin Isaacs and Justin Jacobus for a starting-berth.

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