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Skhosana backs Mzava at Bucs

2016-06-21 10:33
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Cape Town - Orlando Pirates legend Jerry Skhosana believes defender Limbikani Mzava would be a success at Orlando Pirates if rumours of a transfer were true.

Reports are suggesting the Buccaneers have signed Mzava from Mpumalanga Black Aces after the the 22 year-old Malawian helped Aces to their best ever finish in the Premiership last season.

"I spoke about Mzava as one of my buys for Pirates and I'm happy now that he was mentioned by the club as the first player that Muhsin wants to bring at Pirates," Skhosana told KickOff.

"It makes me very excited because this is the position Pirates are struggling in central defence and Mzava is young and a quality player.

"Rooi (Mahamutsa) has lost some yards and he's no longer the same player as he was in some competitive games. So I'm very excited about his addition although it has not been a done deal."

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