Galaxy moving back to Cape Town

GladAfrica Championship

KickOff.com has learnt that GladAfrica Championship club TS Galaxy could be set to relocate back to Cape Town next season.

Galaxy was bought by lawyer Tim Sukazi from Cape Town businessman Lunga Ncwana a few years ago when he relocated the team to Mpumalanga.

Now Ncwana is preparing to bring the franchise back to where it came from and rename it Cape Town All Stars again.

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"The PSL is expected to officially approve Sukazi's deal with Highlands Park today," an informant tells KickOff.com.

"Once that has been settled, the GladAfrica Championship status will go back to Cape Town. Ncwana is expected to run the club again."

Cape Umoya United ,Steenberg United and Ajax Cape Town are currently the three teams from the Western Cape campaigning in the first division.

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