Robert Ng’ambi could be swapped


Platinum Stars midfielder Robert Ng’ambi could move to Super Sport United in a swap deal involving two players, one of the South Africa’s leading soccer publications, Soccerladuma has revealed.

The publication reported this week that Super Sport have emerged as favourites to secure the signature of the former Black Leopards and Big Bullets midfielder beating long-time admirers, Orlando Pirates.

“The Tshwane-based club (Super Sport) could edge the Buccaneers (Pirates) in landing the talented midfielder in a possible swap deal which could involve the duo of Michael Morton and Mor Diof heading to Dikwena (Platinum) whilst Ng’ambi heads to the executive capital,” reported the publication.


According to the publication, Platinum coach, Cavin Johnson was looking at Morton as a possible addition to his midfield, having worked with the midfielder during his days at Super Sport.

“With Ng’ambi having previously declared he would rather join Bidvest Wits or Super Sport, this could play well into Gordon Igesund’s (Super Sport coach) hands to land the box-to-box midfielder ahead of the new season,” Soccerladuma reported.

However, Ng’ambi was not available for comment on Wednesday.


Ng’ambi endured tough campaign in the Absa Premiership last season due to injuries. But the former Bullets player is the most consistent Malawian player in South Africa.

Before last season, Ng’ambi scored vitals goals for Platinum and he also won the Last Man Standing award in the MTN top 8.

In another development, Flames striker Atusaye Nyondo has qualified for South African citizenship after spending more than five years in the Rainbow nation.

This means starting next season, Nyondo would be registered as naturalised South African player for his club University of Pretoria.

Nyondo, 24, began his career in South Africa at Carara Kicks before joining Super Sport United where he spent more than two seasons before signing for University of Pretoria.

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