GladAfrica Championship outfit Cape Town Spurs have confirmed the arrival of former Chippa United goalkeeper Zama Dlamini.
The Secunda-born goalkeeper joins the club as a free agent having last played for Royal Eagles, now known as Royal AM back in 2019.
“I never thought I’d play professionally in Cape Town. I am privileged to be here. I was inspired by Isaac Nhlapo to make the move. He was the captain here and we are from the same area,” said Dlamini.
“Spurs has always produced good goalkeepers so I was also inspired by that. Everything here is professional. I am so happy and looking forward to the new season. We have a good team and good coaches. The hunger is there for greater things,” he added.
The 29-year-old has also previously played for Witbank Spurs, Highlands Park, Baroka, Mpumalanga Black Aces, Thanda Royal Zulu and Mamelodi Sundowns, where he did not get a chance to feature.
He formed part of the ‘Bakgaga’ team that clinched the 2018/19 Telkom Knockout.
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By FARPost Reporter