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Former Bidvest Wits defender Timothy Batabaire has resurfaced at AmaZulu

Posted: 16 January 2013 Time: 11:18

Former Bidvest Wits defender Timothy Batabaire has resurfaced at AmaZulu hoping to impress coach Craig Rosslee.

Batabaire has been clubless since being dumped by Wits last season and was recently training with Moroka Swallows.

AmaZulu are on the lookout for players to strengthen their squad and help them to move off from the bottom of the log.

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Usuthu PRO Philani Mabaso confirms to KickOff.com that former Mamelodi Sundowns midfielder Abel Mabaso was also training with the club.

"So far we have Batabaire, 'Touch' Mabaso and Luyanda Hlongwa from Free State Stars training with us.

"We have no other new player training with us except what we read in the newspapers," adds Mabaso.

Article by: Ernest Fakude

Previous comments on this story...

posted: 01:08 pm
Who cares?
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i care
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i care
Khosi my Religion - 2012/2013 PSL Champions
posted: 07:04 am
so amazulu continue their habit of picking up rejects, and they expect good results!!
posted: 08:07 am
i remember back four ya celtic ele foregnehs only,we nearly went to mvela if thanda n marizburg did not play draw.we where abused by fss by 5 goals to 1.our back 4 cyriel kitambala mobiala lehloohonolo seema,batabaire n some short gun from cameroon i forget his name
posted: 08:18 am
@Anonymous my brother the reason we hate nigeria its because of your brothers who live here in our country, my brother your fellow country men 99.9% are selling drugs even their churches are smuggling drugs and the next thing they act like they are better than us. We hate nigeria with passion and worse part mid 90s we used to love it and supported it more than any country.


@mavisto, in economics there is something called the forces of demand and supply!!..those forces work together in every economy.Nigerians in SA sales drugs to your crack head brothers because they are junkies,stupid, idiots, lack of morals, bussy bodies and nonentities!!.Why are Nigerians not selling drugs in Nigeria, because Nigerians dont take drugs!!...Nigerians are sensible enough to know that it is bad, no matter our bad situation in terms of standard of living in the mist of planty. Nigerian youths dont resort to drugs!!...infact as old as i am (40 +) and having travelled wide and near, i have not seen any body paddling drugs in the street of Nigeria !!!...it is surely a bad business in Nigeria.Please note that i am never in support of drug traffiking , to me drug traffickers should be killed. But certainly I will advise you not to blame Nigerians in with drug problems , your people are corruopted in manners and bad up bringing, you have the highest crime rate in the world, you have the highest prostitution and illigal baby making factory (ladies) in the world in other to gain government subsidies, your man are lazy and your women are easy virtues.SA was build by the white foriegners and i dont see you bragging about that!...Nigeria invested so much and our leaders looted our treasury in the name of SA liberation and solidarity during the military rule in my country.Therefore Nigeria hold SA reponsible for our dawn fall.During my university days in the ninety's, a whole lot of SA students numbering in thousands was trained by the Nigerian government in our universities, some thing we never enjoyed, they recieved as much as $1000 daily from our government for thier up keep....therefore go and learn your history, Nigeria have sacrifed enough to south africa to be respected by your people no matter what!!!...
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