Absa Premiership

Grobler signs on with Matsatsantsa

2016-05-20 13:30
Bradley Grobler (Gallo Images)

Cape Town - SuperSport United striker Bradley Grobler has signed a two-year contract extension with the Premiership club.

Grobler was set to leave Matsatsantsa at the end of the season, but the arrival of Stuart Baxter as coach earlier in the year has given him a new lease on life.

The 28-year-old endured a difficult spell under previous United coach Gordon Igesund and spent much of his time on the bench.

Grobler's agent, Ryan Hartslief, confirmed that the player has been offered a new deal by the Pretoria outfit.

"We're really grateful to the club for showing faith in him, and we really believe that under Stuart Baxter he will thrive and that next season will be bright for him," Hartslief told Soccer Laduma.

"Hopefully Brad can show his thanks to SuperSport for their professionalism with some good performances in the last two games.

"I've been working with Brad for around 10 years now and he's my longest-serving client, and I'm really happy that we've been able to keep our relationship going."

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