The 28-year-old has spent all of his professional career preparing for Shivana, where he has also played for the University of Pretoria.
Grant Kikana says he does not expect to march straight to the Memlodi Sandowns as he has confirmed the Brazilians’ participation.
Without disclosing the length of his contract at Clorocope, Kikana said he had completed his medical on Monday and was “facing the challenge” at his new club.
Kikana is expected to start the pre-season with Masndona, who has yet to formally sign. Keikana, who also explains what she thought of the move.
“I do not expect him to join the team. This team is winning the trophy, so there will be more pressure and I just need to keep working. Soccer fights, Describing the move
“I hope being versatile helps, but I’m not here to look for any kindness. I have to show that I am able to play for a big team like Downs and I am free from injury.
My agent told me that right after the end of the season. Sandowns later inquired and asked me if I would like to make an offer.
“I am aware of the fact that I am not getting any younger and I have done a lot at Superport, a club that has helped me advance my career. If it weren’t for them, I wouldn’t have to do this kind of investigation.
“So the right thing to do was talk to the club. Stan Mathews [SuperSport CEO] And the team has been great with me.
“We did medical at the club yesterday and then we’re going to camp to start the pre-season.”
Kikana has never played for a team other than Susan in her professional career.
He graduated from the youth ranks of Superport during the 2010/11 season, before going to the University of Pretoria after three seasons.
After two terms at the University of Pretoria, he returned to Metastasia, where he spent another six seasons.
“In Superport, when I started, there were Morgan Gold, Bongani Khushalo, Ricardo Katza, and when I left now, a couple of guys, Luke Flores and the like. [Thatayaone] Dutlokoi was doing well. It’s about holding with both hands when it’s your turn.