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University of Pretoria are looking to conclude talks with striker Mame Niang

Posted: 26 March 2013 Time: 07:58

University of Pretoria are looking to conclude talks with Mame Niang as the lanky Senegalese striker looks set to extend his stay with the club for another year.

Niang’s contract will expire at the end of the current season, but AmaTuks have an option to extend it for a further year.

While understands that the deal is set to be completed soon, coach Steve Barker is not willing to divulge any information related to the talks.

“We will not reveal the details of the talks we are having with him. We will make an announcement regarding this when the process has been finalised,” Barker says.

The coach also confirms that his technical team is still assessing former Kaizer Chiefs midfielder David Obua, who spotted training with the club on Friday.

“We are assessing him at this stage and we will make a decision [on whether to sign him or not] in due course,” Barker says.

The 28-year-old Obua has made 46 appearances for the Ugandan national team, scoring 22 goals.

The player, whose contract with Scottish club Hearts expired last year, is a free agent.

Previous comments on this story...

posted: 08:21 am
Good news now sign obua
posted: 08:37 am
Farirayi Kahwemba ask Obua " Welcome back to de country, since u were here why dn't you rejoin your former team?

David Obua ' Smiling' " nor when i leave de country dey were singing " rise Khosi, reclaiming de glory" even when i was in Scotland de song was stil on tune now am back in de country dey stil yet to reclaim de glory and worse stil rsing nor man i can't go der man nor future but history.
posted: 09:34 am
Even if you sign these two muthi using fellows next season you are going out.
MjeyB wa le Khosi
posted: 09:43 am
@Nebo what are you implying vele? Or it's your obsession?
I hunt the tortoise till i win da lig
posted: 10:12 am
Obua=Cow #no comment!
posted: 10:21 am
Please Turks Sign Obua....I pity the guy always seeing him moving around kampala and u can see his cash will soon be finished....I use to see him in TV in SA but here to see him face to face without a painful,...
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