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Mazivisa wanted in South Africa

Castle Lager PSL Top Goal Scorer Nelson Mazivisa, of Shabanie Mine, is a wanted man in the South African Absa Premiership.

The striker, who scored 18 goals this season, is on loan at Shabanie Mine from FC Platinum and has already had trials at Chippa United, and now he is reportedly on the radar of SuperSport United and struggling Golden Arrows.

However, SuperSport United are reportedly out of the running as they want a free agent and Mazivisa is still contracted to FC Platinum.

Speaking to the striker after his return from Chippa United, Mazivisa said that he is hoping that things will work for him in South Africa. He told Supersport.com that he has been working hard and it is just a matter of time before he can make it in South Africa.

“Yes I had trials in South Africa and I did very well but I have to be patient because the league in South Africa is still on and they have their own players,” he said.

“But I will continue to train and if given the chance I have to make it. You should know that I still belong to FC Platinum and they have the last decision on my future,” Mazivisa concluded.


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