SA Thanda to talk ‘Navara’s permanent deal after play offs
Mzwandile Ndzimandze of Swaziland
The Richards Bay-based side signed the player during the January transfer window period as they pushed for a place in the lucrative Absa Premiership.
Thanda Royal Zulu Assistant Coach Milton Dlamini said anything about the player would be discussed after the playoffs, which are being contested by Cape Town Santos, Chippa United, Thanda Royal Zulu and Blackburn Rovers.
“The club has to see whether they win the promotion first before talking about his permanent transfer. He is currently part of the squad for the play off even though he sits on the bench,” said Dlamini.
The two teams agreed to let the player prove himself at the club for the remainder of the season, before agreeing on a permanent transfer fee.
He was fresh from a frustrating stint with University of Pretoria side that was automatically promoted to the Premier League after topping the National First Division League.