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‘Sikhali’ dreams of PSL move

image MBABANE Swallows striker Sabelo ‘Sikhali’ Ndzinisa

SOCCER - MBABANE Swallows striker Sabelo ‘Sikhali’ Ndzinisa says he hopes to fulfil his dream of playing in the Absa Premiership following recent interest.

Ndzinisa was named the Player of the Year and top goal scorer in the MTN Premier League last season with 19 goals as Swallows won the league title without losing a single league match.

The team finished 23 points ahead of second-placed Young Buffaloes.

Swallows General Manager Sandile Zwane last week told Kick-Off that, no club has officially tabled an offer. The 25-year-old, who was turned away by Bloemfontein Celtic last season after spending three weeks on trials with Felix Badenhorst, showcased his pedigree in front of goal by scoring all four goals in the CAF Confederation Cup against Dikwena – the club that is now interested in the player. According to SA online publication Kick-Off, the striker feels that if he keeps up that form, a move across the border will come sooner rather than later.

“I think if I continue to play the way I have been playing, my dream may finally come true because as a footballer, you want to play in the best leagues,” Ndzinisa tells kickoff.com.

Chance

“And of course playing in the PSL will be a dream come true. Since I haven’t played in the PSL before, I will play for any team I can fit into if given the chance. So there will be no need to choose between Sundowns and Platinum Stars. Any team that is interested, I’ll play for.”

Ndzinisa, whose 19 goal tally this season was more than Celtic – the team who turned him away last year – scored the whole of last season, revealed he was told that he was not the type of player Siwelele were looking for, hence they turned him down.

But, he says, he will be more than happy  to try prove himself again.

“Unfortunately, we were told we were not the players they were looking for. If they are still interested in me, I am available, they can still negotiate with the chairman of Mbabane Swallows.”

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