- Former Golden Arrows defender Musa Bilankulu has just been announced as the latest addition to the Pondo Chiefs family
- Bilankulu has revealed that he has joined the team on a very flexible six-month contract with an option to renew it
- He also added that he hopes his experience as a seasoned player will help influence the younger players on the team
Former Golden Arrows defender Musa Bilankulu has just joined Pondo Chiefs as the team's latest addition. According to South African news reports, the seasonal Mzani player has joined the team on a six-month contract.
It was also reported that he has been given the option to renew the contract with the team should he feel like it is the best decision for himself and the team. Bilankulu has also expressed delight at his new team and contract.
According to the talented player, it feels good for him to be joining Pondo Chiefs. He has also said that he feels at home with the team, adding that everyone has offered him a very warm welcome on board.
DailySun Sport reports that the former Golden Arrows star says that he hopes to bring his experience with him that can help shape the younger players on the prominent South African football team.
Bilankulu's signing to the team was announced by chairman Nkosinathi Mqokiyana who said that the team needed an experienced player who could guide the players who lack experience on the field.
In other Briefly.co.za news, South African football teams Orlando Pirates and Kaizer Chiefs may not get to complete the second leg of the CAF Champions League and Confederations Cup due to updated Covid-19 restrictions in Angola, where they were both set to face two Angolan teams.
Pirates and Chiefs were set to go head to head with Primeiro de Agosto and Segrada Esperanca in the second round of CAF inter-club football. This is something that seems highly unlikely since the country has effectively barred South Africans from visiting since the second strain of Covid-19 hit.
According to a statement released by the Angolan government, a number of countries have been placed under a ban that disallows them from travelling into the country. Citizens from the UK, Nigeria, Australia and South Africa all fall under the list of banned countries.
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