Moon waits for Greece trial verdict
Posted: 4 July 2008 Time: 10:17 am
Having lost strikers Nathan Paulse and Russell Mwafulirwa to Europe, Ajax Cape Town are now set to lose another star player, Bryce Moon, who is currently sweating it out in trials with Panathinaikos in Greece.
Moon, whose pace, skill, technique and good crosses down the right flank has made him a dominant figure in the Bafana Bafana squad, could become the third South African player in recent times to play in Greece after Pierre Issa and Nasief Morris if he impresses the Greeks.
Speaking to KickOff.com soon after arriving back from Sweden where he was negotiating a deal for Paulse, Prosport International director Mike Makaab said he was just waiting for feedback from Greece about Moon’s trials.
Paulse is set to join Hammarby after impressing the Swedish team during his trials there recently.
“I had a successful trip to Sweden and we will be finalising everything for Paulse within the next 24 hours. Moon has proved himself as a quality player on the big stage with Bafana Bafana and now it is his chance to make his name in Europe.”