The left has joined Brazil on a five-year deal – on a mission to strengthen
Premier Soccer League champion Memlody Sundowns has confirmed the signing of Seifsgo Nguyen from Belfast Celtic.
Ngo Beni has joined Brazil on a five-year deal and is the latest star to be confirmed after coming through the Pretoria club. Thabiso Katomila from Marzburg United.
“Mamlodi Sundowns are happy to welcome left-hander Sefso Ngubini from Bluffontin Celtic. After signing a five-year contract, the Memlodi-born defender returned to his hometown to represent Brazil.” Sandowns announced on Thursday.
The 24-year-old played in 21 leagues for Seville last season. Ngobeni played a key role in the 2021 Cosfa Cup tournament, representing Bafana Bafana when it was held on Sunday 19 July in Geckabera, Eastern Cape. He was winning this prestigious tournament in 2021.
“Phil Beck has become the second player from the Free State team to join the Yellow Nation this off-season and will join his former teammate Ni Maima in the Clover Cup.
“Angobs, welcome home!”
In addition to Ngobini and Katomila, Sandowns has previously confirmed his signature Paul Safranko, Divine Longa, Ni Maima and Grant Kekana.
Katumila, who has scored 12 goals in 26 league games for Martizburg United, also signed a five-year deal.
For places in the attacking department will have to compete with Morsio Afonso, Gift Motopa, Peter Schloel and Kermit Erasmus, signed by Safranko, Slovakia’s Sepsi OSKSF.
The star – who found the back of the net on nine occasions and provided six assists in 33 games – made the move after helping his former side qualify for the 2021/22 UEFA Europa Conference League.
Longa, 26, who competed in the 26 PSL for the Golden Arrows, is a regular member of the Zimbabwe national team, the Warriors, and has been included in the squad for the World Cup qualifiers.
Maima, on the other hand, joined Brazil after signing with Bloemfontein Celtic. It ended with a club he played in 17 games and helped them avoid corruption.
Keikana, with whom he signed with Superport United, joined his former teammate Aubrey Modi when he too agreed to the five-year move.
The PSL champions began preparations for their pre-season three days ago when they are camping at the University of Pretoria after a medical and physical examination.