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Zimbabwean striker Rodrick Mutuma could be signed by Bloemfontein Celtic

Posted: 24 January 2013 Time: 12:56

Zimbabwean striker Rodrick Mutuma could be signed by Bloemfontein Celtic after impressing at trials.

Mutuma, who arrived in the country from Zimbabwean side Dynamos last week, is reportedly doing well at training and could be signed soon.

Phunya Sele Sele coach Clinton Larsen tells that he has been impressed with what he has seen of the striker.

"He has been doing well and is very impressive at training.

“Things are looking positive but we will only make a final decision about him next week," says Larsen.

Meanwhile Siwelele have released striker Siyabonga Nontshinga to Mpumalanga Black Aces on a six-month loan.

Article by: Ernest Fakude

Previous comments on this story...

Football Fanatic
posted: 01:08 pm
To think that Siyabonga Nontshinga was called up to Bafana Bafana 2 years back, soccer is a mystery indeed.Where is Mashaba who scored for Bafana Bafana in the 3-0 win against some team last year?
posted: 01:47 pm
siyabonga by loaning him.if that mutuma is good sign him,lennox Bacela is relaxd
posted: 03:50 pm
Dear Ernest Fakude

may you please clarify the picture above, which teams were palying there because what my eyes show me is a lookalike Superbrand kit. I cannot even recognise the player wearing our lookalike kit if its not ours. I know that there is Orlando Pirates somewhere in Namibia but Superbrand is the only Southern African club with a golden star above the emblem.

Unti-Pirates Fans
posted: 06:31 pm
Golden star above emblem ,as if that makes you better.Mxm.Penalties win you leagues mos.
posted: 12:50 pm
Hey u moegoes this is not about the emblem or our daily bread it's about siwelele & mutuma
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