- Thabo Qalinge has joined SuperSport United after leaving the Orlando Pirates
- The announcement was made on the team's Facebook page on Friday
- SuperSport United fans were pleased with the signing and they welcomed the footballer home
Former Orlando Pirates midfielder, Thabo Qalinge, has signed a deal with SuperSport United, the team revealed on Facebook on Friday.
"SuperSport United is pleased to announce the signing of former Orlando Pirates midfielder Thabo Qalinge on a one-year-deal with a two-year-option," the post started off.
SuperSport United CEO, Stanley Matthews, expressed his joy at Qalinge's return to the club and stated that he has gained a lot of experience since leaving the team in 2012.
“We hope he makes the most of this opportunity to show South Africa what he has in his locker and how he can help us win trophies and push hard for a Top 4 spot in the PSL," Matthews added.
Briefly.co.za gathered fans were pleased with the signing and they welcomed Qalinge back home.
Lehlogonolo Nolo Maja commented: "Welcome home bro and I'm happy for him."
Moeketsi Mac Molefi added: "What a great move for him, congrats."
Seun Ishmael Siza wrote: "I was so worry about you section 10...am happy you finally landed to the right place. Good luck with your future endeavors....we miss you already at Orlando."
Kim Bhala said: "I am very happy for you Thabo " Section 10" Qalinge to land at a team that is of Supersport statue. There is future in that team. I wouldn't be happy if you were signed by those team that destroy futures of brilliant players."
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