Absa Premiership

Molangoane linked with Chiefs move

2016-05-23 19:33
Joseph Molangoane (TEAMtalk)

Cape Town - Chippa United playmaker Joseph Molangoane is reportedly on the verge of a move to Kaizer Chiefs.

The former Orlando Pirates midfielder had a number of dazzling performances for the Chilli boys in the recent season, helping the club to a sixth-place finish in the Premiership.

Molangoane has flourished under Chippa coach Dan Malesela, who has instilled his ultra-attacking philosophy into the team.

Chippa communications officer Luthando Zibeko has neither confirmed nor denied that Molangoane was leaving.

"Well, the club will release a statement about the player in due time regarding his future with the club," Zibeko told Goal website.

"However, as things stand, he is still contracted to the club until June 2016. He still belongs to the club. That's all I can say at the moment."

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