Nduti will consider SA offers
Posted: 17 October 2008 Time: 16:23
Former Manning Rangers central defender Liswa Nduti has announced he’s still willing to play in the Premier Soccer League following years of obscurity from the soccer scene.
The DRC-born player has been playing in Asia for the past three seasons and recently at Vietnamese top flight side, TCDK Song Lam Ngha An.
Speaking to KickOff.com while holidaying at his Durban home, Nduti said: “I am currently on vacation as the season kicks off in January.
“I had a relatively good season as we finished seventh on the log of 14 teams. The standard there is good and the teams are paying nicely. They (TCDK) are keen to have me back and I will return there before the January kick-off.
“However this does not mean I am shutting doors to local teams who could be interested in me. I have no problem in playing in South Africa again, so long as the money is good.”
Nduti added that he netted three goals for his side and came up against other ex-PSL players like Josep Ngake, Kabamba Chamala and Philani Kubheka, all former Orlando Pirates’ players.
Nduti, who was part of the Rangers League championship winning team during the 1996/97 season, has also turned out for Zulu Royals, OR Tambo and Indian side East Bengal.