Team of Choice Snap Up Mamelodi Sundown's Yannick Zakri on loan

Team of Choice Snap Up Mamelodi Sundown's Yannick Zakri on loan

- The Ivorian was missing from Masandawana's pre-season training as he was sorting his visa. He has since sorted his papers

- Zakri impressed while on loan with the Urban Warriors in Cape Town scoring 4 goals in ten appearances

- Yannick Zakri has failed to hold down a regular place in the star studded Mamelodi Sundowns attack

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Ivorian attacker Yannick Zakri has been sent out on loan again by the defending champions Mamelodi Sundowns. This time the attacker has been loaned to Maritzburg United who in turn parted ways with Lebohang Mabeo who went to Sundowns. The Ivorian has failed to command a regular place at Masandawana also having been sent out on loan in the last half of last season.

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Team of Choice Snap Up Mamelodi Sundown's Yannick Zakri on loan

Zakri raises his hand signalling a call to the fans after scoring

Briefly.co.za learned that Zakri who was absent from pre-season training was sorting out his visa and he could play a role in the next match for the team of choice. According to Kickoff the player was welcomed by Maritzburg United. Zakri an attacker, acquitted himself well during his loan spell at ajax Cape Town giving defenders a torrid time. He will be a welcome addition to the Kwazulu Natal based side.

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