Pfumbidzai staying with Royal AM
WARRIORS defender Ronald Pfumbidzai says he will be staying at his new club Royal AM after the sale of Bloemfontein Celtic.
The South African Club sold its Premiership status to Royal AM owned by television reality star, MaMkhize, due to financial constraints attributed to the Covid-19 pandemic.
The sale threw uncertainty over the future of players who were with Celtic prior, including Pfumbidzai.
Speaking to H-Metro Sport from South Africa, Pfumbidzai said he is hoping for an injury free season with Royal AM.
“Yes I am staying with the new club I still have a running contract and I am in my last year.
“I just hope to have an injury free season and play many games and I am just waiting for my permit hope by end of international break all will be ok for me to start to play,” said Pfumbidzai.
Ronald Pfumbidzai was an integral part of the now defunct Bloemfontein Celtic when they reached the finals of the MTN 8 last season.
When asked about the pressure of cementing his playing position and proving himself at the Durban based Club, Pfumbidzai said:
“No, not at all football it’s a game of pressure so nothing to prove or to worry about position because for a player to play you have to push so there is nothing new.”
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