Moshikaro coming home
Moshikaro coming home

Posted in News on Feb 27, 2002.

Striker Sydney Moshikaro, who has been on loan to Ria Stars for the past two seasons, will return to Kaizer Chiefs at the beginning of next season as Amakhosi prepare for an assault on domestic competitions.

Team manager Bobby Motaung revealed that Moshikaro had always been a Chiefs player and that he was loaned out to get more experience.

"We will take stock at the end of the season to see which players will be required for next season," said Bobby Motaung. "But we are not going to make drastic changes as we have enough quality players. Moshikaro will definitely be coming back."

Moshikaro, speaking to on Wednesday, said he could not wait to return to Naturena where he will join former Ria Stars teammate Rodney Thobejane.

The striker has been ineffective for sometime due a dispute with Stars who refuse to give him a clearance to join Dynamos on loan for the reminder of the season.

"There was an agreement that I should go to Dynamos until the end of the season but the problem is that the club does not want to give me a clearance," said Moshikaro.

"I am currently not playing because of that dispute," he said. "I am tired and really need to move. Going back to Chiefs will be great news. I am looking forward to that day. But it is going to take a while and I might struggle to get a run as competition is very tight there."

Meanwhile, Motaung also disclosed that defender Thobejane would not be going anywhere following rumours that he was to return to Stars. "He is our player and we need him for next season," he said.

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