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SuperSport United sign Wayne Brown

Posted: 11 August 2010 Time: 14:35

SuperSport United have completed the signing of English goalkeeper Wayne Brown on a one-year contract. 

The signing of Brown follows on the heels of the departure of Ugandan goalkeeper Denis Onyango who left United to join Mpumalanga Black Aces.   The signing of the former Bury minder has brought to three the number of goalkeepers at Matsatsantsa. Brown joins Jacob Mokhasi and Emille Baron.   United CEO Jose Ferreira has also confirmed the signing of former Kaizer Chiefs defender Jeffrey Ntuka on a one- year deal.   "We signed Brown for a year plus a two-year option and I am also delighted to announce that Ntuka is now in our books after signing a one year contract," Ferreira tells     

Article by: Ernest Fakude

Previous comments on this story...

posted: 03:42 pm
How pathetic? SSU, how can you do this to our local players? i mean, you could've easily got a young goalkeeper to deputise for Baron, this is one bad move and i hope it doesn't work out!
posted: 03:51 pm
y does he want 2 play in SA whereas his country doesn't want our vuvusela? supersport won't clinch the psl title again.....bad move
posted: 03:58 pm
Bad move by united. If u think u gona defend d psl title u beta think again.
posted: 04:19 pm
Is SSU forgetting what Green did to England against USA, now they go for a Mr Brown. I just don't trust these colour surname. Gavin you are going brown or my mistake down.
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posted: 04:20 pm
wow i cnt wait to see my team this season...ayeye matsatsantsa ayeye, show them ...we have lot south african players compared to chiefs, sundowns an pirates, so what do u want...everybody know imeko ka Baron, like chiefs did they bought old bartman just in case they lose khune..we can depend on baron and a young star...understand guys please..
posted: 04:24 pm
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Sangweni matter resolved

Posted on 11 August 2010 - 15:20

Orlando Pirates Football Club will no longer pursue its claim for the services of Golden Arrows defender Siyabonga Sangweni .

The matter regarding the future of the 29-year old Bafana Bafana central defender was discussed in a meeting between the three club bosses (Dr. Irvin Khoza, Mr. Kaizer Motaung and Ms. Mato Madlala) earlier this afternoon.

Despite the fact that Orlando Pirates had initially lodged registration papers to the Premier Soccer League, club chairman Dr. Irvin Khoza opted not to pursue the matter following a harmonious meeting between the three parties.

The matter has been resolved amicably and Orlando Pirates Football Club will no longer pursue its case for the player.

On behalf of the management team, we would like to wish Mr. Sangweni well in his future endeavors.

Orlando Pirates Football Club

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