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AmaZulu show Mongala interest



AmaZulu will weigh up whether to make a move for former Orlando Pirates and Bloemfontein Celtic winger Phenyo Mongala this month.

The Botswana international is currently playing in his homeland with Mochudi Centre Chiefs, but Usuthu could lure him back to the PSL.

The Durban club enquired about his availability late last year, but have not yet followed that up this year.

Mongala arrived in South Africa from Township Rollers, heading first to Platinum Stars. He made little impact there, but rose to national prominence when he helped University of Pretoria to the final of the 2009 Nedbank Cup while they were still a second-tier side.

Orlando Pirates snapped him up after that, but opportunities were limited with Bucs and he spent last season on loan at Bloemfontein Celtic.

Phunya Sele Sele chose not to retain him for this season and he headed back to Botswana. But he could yet be in for a swift return to the PSL if AmaZulu follow up their initial interest.

Usuthu are looking to bolster their squad after a dismal first half of the season that sees them bottom of the Absa Premiership after 16 rounds of action.



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