Absa Premiership

City announce Nodada contract extension

2018-01-16 07:52
Thabo Nodada (Gallo Images)

Cape Town - Cape Town City have confirmed that key midfielder Thabo Nodada has been rewarded with a new contract tying him to the Absa Premiership club until 2022.

The 22-year-old has established himself as a first-team regular under Citizens coach Benni McCarthy and will no doubt hope to help the continued positive progression made by the Mother City outfit since their formation in 2016.

City made the announcement on Twitter in a statement which read: "Thabo Nodada signs new contract! The 22-year-old central midfielder has cemented himself in the heart of the Cape Town City lineup and the club has rewarded him with a new improved contract that extends to June 2022."

Nodada made his name in the ranks of Mpumalanga Black Aces' youth development program and was included in the team that relocated to Cape Town 18 months ago. He has made 25 top-flight appearances for McCarthy's side, scoring two goals in the process.

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