- Cape Town City has just signed Justin Shonga who is a former player for their rival team Tshakhuma Tsha Madzivhandila
- The team recently announced their new Zambian international striker on Twitter
- Shonga is a sort after player, often being referred to as one of the best players in Africa by football fanatics
Cape Town City recently excited announced the signing of a new player on their team - Justin Shonga, a Zambian international striker who has frequently been described as one of the most talented players in Africa.
Shonga has parted ways with his previous team, Tshakhuma Tsha Madzivhandila. Prior to joining TTM, the young player was scoring many goals for South African side, Orlando Pirates - 16 to be exact.
"Signed. Sealed. Shonga," Cape Town City captioned the post in which they explained that Shonga had successfully joined the team.
Meanwhile, South African football fans had this to say:
"Unleash him against that ailing FC and finish them"
"He will probably be at his best again... JHB .. Braam to be specific ruined this guy ... always there with girls"
"Whoever decided to get rid of creative players at Pirates should be sacked, we're struggling to score goals... now we start games without a striker on the pitch. Good luck to Shonga I have no doubt he'll start firing"
"Pirates loved Shonga as a footballer. His attitude let him down. Even Jabu Pule could not be tolerated, as much as he was crazy talented."
"Good signing Citizens... Players like Shonga will thrive there. Pressure is less to deliver. PIRATES did good releasing you to fly. Ndikhalela uMulenga qha"
In other Briefly.co.za sports news, 2020 was bad for Kaizer Chiefs, 2021 might be worse as the club suffered their 4th defeat and dropped to 14th place, dangerously close to relegation. They lost to Maritzburg United who is under the command of their former coach Ernst Middendorp.
The humiliating defeat has left fans bewildered and some are becoming disillusioned with the team. Here are some reactions: @TheeMusa:
"@KaizerChiefs as long as you keep playing like this we will keep doing this to ourselves unprovoked. Say it ke if you want us dead! #RunningWithTumiSole."
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