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Former Orlando Pirates, Mamelodi Sundowns, Black Leopards and Bafana Bafana midfielder Benedict 'Tso' Vilakazi has completed his move to Swazi Premier League side Malanti Chiefs.

Vilakazi, who arrived in Swaziland yesterday, is expected to start training with Chiefs today after signing a six-month contract.

'Tso' has been in the football wilderness for the past six months after being dumped by Black Leopards.

READ: Tso Vilakazi to sign for Chiefs

Malanti boss Dumisani Gumede was elated when speaking to KickOff.com saying that the arrival of Vilakazi is going to boost his team’s aspirations of winning the League title this season.

"We have completed the paperwork and all we need to do is register him. I still believe that he has a lot to offer in football.

"I have no doubt that his presence will also inspire the youngsters in the team," adds Gumede.

Vilakazi is the third player to join the club from the PSL after former Orlando Pirates and Kaizer Chiefs striker Phumlani Mkhize and Vusi Madinane from Platinum Stars.

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He failed. Whether you call it coming home or going west.

hahaha eish Thabang you killed me there!!!!

Ole, word is that Parker & Chiefs have agreed terms of transfer and the move is to be finilized once Cardiff City gets promoted

Which word is this?

hehehehehe cardiac arrest at the post heading....

He is going to be the highest paid soccer player in Swaziland netting a cool E12 500pm...ehehehehehehehe

i thought Lekolea was the highest at R15000

Hehehe Lekoelea was fired there after the team realised that they were going to get bankrupped soon because of that huge salary

shame Stevovo

But Lekoelea is no longer there my friend and Tso got a 2500 cut because he never released a hit song with Mzambiya, he can not double up as a soccer player and artist!!!!!!!

Hahahahahahaahahahahahahahahah

At least uzothola isinkwa akufani......he must play soccer there not Swati women...

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