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Ndlanya Is A Wanted Man 26/09/03
Pollen Ndlanya will have his work cut out when he sits down to make a decision, as both Santos and Moroka Swallows are interested in acquiring the striker's services.

The 33-year old marksman, who has previously played for Kaizer Chiefs, Manning Rangers, AmaZulu and Orlando Pirates, revealed that both clubs are desperate to put pen-to-paper.

The former Bafana Bafana player, revealed on Thursday that Santos boss Goolam Allie had flown in to hold talks with him and that he will now sit down and weigh up the offers.

In other news, striker Dennis Vukubi, who formally played for a host of South African clubs including Cape Town Spurs, Vaal Professionals, Kaizer Chiefs and Bush Bucks, has joined Dangerous Aces on a one-year deal.

Aces, owned by Robert Gumede and coached by David "Going Up" Nyathi, will draft Vukubi alongside Shasha Moleko, Rodney Petlele, keeper Silver Tshabalala, Adebayo Abayomi and Laurence Masegela.

The striker known for his amusing antics on the pitch is eager to help the Nelspruit side gain promotion and said that he is happy that his new club shares the same vision for the future.

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