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Chippa United enter into negotiations with Cheemon Petersen

Posted: 17 January 2013 Time: 10:58

Chippa United have entered into negotiations with Cheemon Petersen with the view to signing him.

The 23-year-old striker arrived at the Cape side for a trial recently and can now confirm that he has done enough to get a deal with the PSL rookies.

“We are still busy negotiating with him … If we agree terms, he will join the club,” spokesperson Lukhanyo Mzinzi confirms.

Petersen, who is the son of former Moroka Swallows striker Calvin Petersen, could be a Chippa player before the end of the week.

It has been a frustrating transfer period for Chippa, who have so far failed in bids for Mark Mayambela, Erwin Isaacs and Abia Nale, and also look set to miss out on OJ Mabizela.

Previous comments on this story...

posted: 11:23 am
Mpengesi just give up and recruit from Phillys games.
posted: 11:41 am
Hey wena editor le chippa tlogelang masepa!!!!
posted: 12:17 pm
thy shud ask aces ukuthi what happen when you change the whole team...
Murenzu Wa Lekhosi
posted: 12:27 pm
Chippa is close to signing everyone, and everyone's deal always falls through at the last minute
9000 Seconds (Precision Engineering)
posted: 12:51 pm
I remember Mpengesi saying he wants to b in the champions league next season. He wants to win the league. iyaaahhhh.Its gud to dream.....execution baba. Execution.
Filaz Roger Feutmba...Sandawana
posted: 12:58 pm
I think Chippa should not say anything about players they want....Mayambela, ngakhe bamthole....OJ, they MIGHT not get him....ngoku yilenkomo...hayi mabashayela phantsi mani maybe they will get ezi players they want
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