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Warriors duo could join Bloemfontein Celtic

Mon, 22 July 2013 19:26
by Tirivangani Masawi
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The Black Africa duo of Willy Stephanus and Denzel Hoaseb are on the verge of wearing the green and white stripe jersey of Bloemfontein Celtics, as negotiations over their transfer to South Africa gather momentum.
The two were spotted turning out for the Brave Warriors in Windhoek during a World Cup qualifying match against Nigeria about two months ago.
Reports from South Africa show that the two have made a significant mark in the ongoing pre-season training sessions and impressed the team who now want them on their team sheet as soon as possible.
That will now depending on finalised negotiations with BA and medical passes.
SuperSport reports the two are already training with the Durban based outfit and are certain to pen an agreement with the club although details of the planned contracts are still sketchy.
Bloemfontein Celtic director, Mich d’Avray has confirmed that negotiations with Black Africa are proceeding well and the South African club is certain of getting the two midfielders on their team sheet in preparation for the forth-coming season in August.
Stephanus has been a revelation in the recent Cosafa tournament in Zambia while Hoaseb has maintained a rich vein of form in both the Brave Warriors' colours and the Black Africa’s local club commitments in the MTC premiership.
Celtic has been eager to beef up its team and has been looking inside and outside South Africa for options.