Absa Premiership

Chippa set to decide on Ndulula

2016-06-14 16:00
Bongani Ndulula (Supplied)

Port Elizabeth - Chippa United CEO Peter Koutroulis has confirmed that they will make a decision regarding Bongani Ndulula on Thursday.

This follows reports that the 27-year-old goal-poacher is on his way out at Kaizer Chiefs.

The Chilli Boys are looking to boost their squad ahead of the 2016/17 Absa Premiership season.

They will participate in the MTN8 for the very first time in their history and with Ndulula’s transfer listed by Amakhosi, the move is most likely to materialise.

“There is nothing we can say at the moment my brother,” Koutroulis told Sport24.

“But definitely on Thursday we’ll have something to tell you.

“Call me again on Thursday after we finalised something as a team, then we’ll take it from there.”

“Drogba’’ made only five substitute appearances for Chiefs last season due to injuries which cost him his place in the national team and he will be looking to revive his career in his home province.


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