Absa Premiership

Free agent Abraw linked with Chippa move

2017-10-06 22:37
Camaldine Abraw (Kaizer Chiefs website)

Cape Town - Former Kaizer Chiefs striker Camaldine Abraw is reportedly on the radar of Chippa United.

Since being released by Chiefs, the Togo international spent time on trial at Bidvest Wits before joining Egyptian side El Gaish SC in August this year.

But he failed to earn a contract in North Africa and as a free agent he is now on the lookout for a new club.

According to a SoccerLaduma source, the 27-year-old is currently in Europe, but may be set to boost Chippa United's strike force.

"Camaldine Abraw is in France. He could consider a move back to the PSL as he is currently a free agent. Chippa United is showing interest in him," said the source.

Meanwhile Chiefs coach Steve Komphela believes that only victories will convince the club's supporters that the team and coaching staff are capable of doing the job.

A 2-1 defeat to an impressive Baroka side last weekend left some sections of the Amakhosi fans at the Moses Mabhida Stadium in Durban frustrated with the Glamour Boys.

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