Wits were a very busy team during the recent January transfer window with a variety of players leaving the club on loan, and a number of new ones being assessed as well. It appears the club are continuing in their quest to further beef up the squad if the right kind of players come along.
The Students technical team and management recently Maglie da calcio Milan - http://www.tiendasdecoralia.com/milan-football-shirt-c-italy ran the rule over Nigerian defender, Azubuike Egwuekwe. Egwuekwe caught the eye at times for the Super Eagles during the recently completed Chan tournament and it's believed the physically imposing defender could have had a bright future in the PSL.
Nonetheless, it later emerged that the deal fell through after complicated contractual issues put paid to the possibility of the 6 ft 5 defender signing for Wits. He has since left the club.
In other news at Wits, Kenyan winger, Paul Were, is currently on trial at the club as well. He was quoted in Kenyan media saying that he had enjoyed his first training session with the PSL club on Monday (January 18). The player is said to come with some Maglie da calcio Milan - http://www.tiendasdecoralia.com/milan-football-shirt-c-italy decent pedigree and was last December amongst the winners in AFC Leopards' official end of season awards ceremony. Were scooped the Ingwe Best Assist of the Season award, and was said to be unfortunate not to scoop the Best Midfielder of the Year award as well for his club.
The crew will keep tabs on his trial period in Johannesburg.
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