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Mpumalanga Black Aces sign Zimbabwean midfielder Peter Moyo

MP Black Aces have confirmed their first two signings for next season while at the same time dismissing reports that Tendai Ndoro will be having trials in Europe in the near future
Mpumalanga Black Aces have announced the signing of Ghanaian centre-back Kwabena Adusei and Zimbabwean midfielder Peter Moyo, as they have started reinforcing their team for the upcoming season.

The two players will join their new teammates for pre-season training next month to start fighting for their places in the team. AmaZayoni will have a tight schedule next season as they will be taking part in the MTN 8 Cup.

“Black Aces’ preparations for the 2014/15 Absa Premiership season are taking shape and the club is pleased to announce the signing of Ghanaian centre-back, Kwabena Adusei and Zimbabwean wonder midfielder, Peter Moyo, on long term contracts,” revealed Aces on their official website.

The Mpumalanga outfit also confirmed that Sandile Zuke, Bafana Nhlapo, Clifford Ngobeni and Esau Mtsweni will remain at the club after their contracts were renewed, following the footsteps of Mbulelo Mabizela, who was rewarded with a two-year deal over a week ago.

“Clifford Ngobeni, Sandile Zuke, Bafana Nhlapo, Mbulelo Mabizela and Esau Mtsweni have all extended their stay at Aces. The rest of the team still have long to mid-term contracts with the club and negotiations with a few players are underway.”

AmaZayoni strongly dismissed media reports that striker Tendai Ndoro will be leaving the country to try his luck in Europe, and although the club admitted that the Zimbabwean forward has attracted interest locally, they added that Ndoro is not for sale.

“Aces have learnt with untrue comments reported in the media attributed to our leading goalscorer – saying the deadly striker is set for trials with English Premier League club Crystal Palace and Olympiacos.”

“The club wishes to put it on record that all the transfer rumours linking Ndoro with an Aces’ exit are premature and unfounded and should be treated as mere gossip.

“Although we can confirm there has been interest for the player locally, without revealing any names, Ndoro will be staying put with AmaZayoni,” concluded the statement.

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