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Golden Arrows sign goalkeeper Lee Langeveldt on two-year deal

Posted: 24 June 2016 Time: 17:21

Lee Langeveldt says he is ecstatic to be back in the Premier Soccer League after he signed a two-year contract with Lamontville Golden Arrows.

The 29-year-old former Milano United and Santos goalkeeper has put in some stellar performances for Die Kinnes from Grassy Park the past season, and they have clearly not gone unnoticed – especially not from Arrows' head coach Clinton Larsen.

Langeveldt says it’s been a long time coming.

"It’s been three or four seasons that I've been playing in the NFD," Langeveldt told KickOff.com. "My desire was always to get back into the top flight after Santos was relegated.

"Things in the NFD weren't easy at all. That said I'm just ecstatic for the chance that awaits me in the PSL."

According to Langeveldt, he needs to give recognition to his former clubs for the role they have played in his professional career thus far.

"I'll always be grateful for the opportunity I've been given by Milano and Santos.

"But for now I'm focused on the future. I'm just enjoying the break with my loved ones. I'm prepared to fight for a regular place in the squad when the season starts," Langeveldt concluded.

Article by: Seraj Jones
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