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E350 000 FOR SIKHALI, D4D

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MBABANE – Mbabane Swallows will rake in E350 000 for the transfer of striker Sabelo ‘Sikhali’ Ndzinisa and midfielder Njabulo ‘D4d’ Ndlovu to Mbombela United.


The players have both signed two-year contracts with the South Africa National First Division League side. They join Felix Badenhorst, Siyabonga Bhembe, Justice Figareido and Dennis ‘Yuki’ Masina with Banele Ndzabandzaba set to be released after two years.


The duo is set to earn at least E25 000 a month with a great improvement from what they were getting at Mbabane Swallows. Mbombela United Director Oupa Matsebula refused to be drawn for comment on the financial details of the players’ transfer.


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“I can confirm that the players are settling well with the rest of the team. The financial details for the players are between the two clubs, Mbombela United and Mbabane Swallows. We are happy that deal went well,” he said.


A source close to the matter confirmed that Mbombela United would pay E200 000 for Ndzinisa while Ndlovu cost E150 000 bringing the total to E350 000. The players are said to have  left with a one-year contract with Mbabane Swallows.


“Swallows and Mbombela United reached an agreement over the players and the transfer fee will be paid by terms by the South African team. Both players were left with one year in their contracts and that is why their transfer fee was lower than that of Felix Badenhorst, who was signed for about E300 000 while Sandile ‘Nkomishi’ Ginindza was loaned to the team,” said the source.


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Swallows Director Princess Lungile could also not be drawn for comment over the players’ transfer fees.
Meanwhile, an international friendly between United and Swallows is on the card before the start of the season.

United Director Matsebula confirmed that they were still planning to apply a friendly match with Swallows to improve their relationship and also a practice ahead of the season kick-off.

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