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Grobler joins SuperSport from Ajax



SuperSport United have secured the services of forward Bradley Grobler to beef up their side before current season resumes.

Grobler joins the Tshwane-based-side from Ajax Cape Town and his move will certainly add value to the reigning Nedbank Cup champions.

The striker, who completed his move with Matsatsantsa this weekend, is the son of Moroka Swallows legend Les Grobler.

The Johannesburg born striker previously signed with clubs that included Platinum Stars (2007-2011), Turkish side Gotzepe A.S (2011-2012) and Ajax (June 2012-2012).

At SuperSport, Grobler will compete in the same position with players such as Kermit Erasmus, Ashley Hartog, Nathan Paulse, Sibusiso Zuma, Atusaye Nyondo, Prince Nxumalo and Thabiso Nkoana.

Grobler won two caps for South Africa and scored on his international debut against Zimbabwe two years ago.

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