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Malajila, Wome complete Sundowns switch

[Posted 26 Jun 2013]
[By Brighton Mupangavanhu]
Malajila, Wome complete Sundowns switch
South African Galacticos Mamelodi Sundowns have officially confirmed the capture of the ABSA Premiership's much sought after striker, Cuthbert Malajila of Maritzburg United, while at the same confirming the arrival of 

Sename Dove Wome Dobe from Free State Stars.

The confirmation of hotshot Malajila  will now put to rest all the media speculation in South Africa that the PSL third highest top scorer in the ABSA Premier Soccer League will be involved in a swap deal involving out-of-favour Musa Nyatama, which according to reports was set to see the Sundowns midfielder return to his former club in the KwaZulu Natal midlands.

Beezsports could not confirm the figures involved in the transfer deal, but what has been confirmed is that Malajila has moved for not less R2.5 million.

Malajila had joined Maritzburg from Zimbabwean champions Dynamos after he spent a frustrating time in North Africa where he spent much of his time trapped in a house in Libya at the height of a civil war which rocked the oil-rich north-African country a couple of years ago.

Malajila has previously won the top goal scorer award in Zimbabwe in 2007 when he scored 14 goals for Chapungu in Zimbabwe's Premier Soccer League.

Dove Wome will be joining up with former FSSS team mate Edward Manqele at the Chloorkop side, and will hope to renew their deadly combination, which neutrals say benefited Manqele and so him score freely, a feet which he appears to be struggling to replicate at Sundowns.

While Wome will immediately join his new team mates in pre-season, the Zimbabwe international Malajila has been excused as he recovers from a grueling June World Cup qualifiers schedule which saw him play for Zimbabwe against African giants Egypt and Guinea at home and in Conakry respectively in June.

Sundowns are expected to move their training camp to Polokwane in Limpopo between 30 June and 12 July, before proceeding to Ghana's city of Accra where they are expected to play some of Ghana's topflight clubs in international club friendly matches.

Upon Sundowns' return to South Africa on 20 July, they are expected to feauture in four team tournament against the likes of fellow PSL clubs Platinum Stars, Free State Stars and Lamontville Golden Arrows. The tournament will be held in Gauteng's Carltonville in July.


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