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SWALLOWS NEWS
Swallows Chasing Dlamini? 18/06/03
Maurice Simelane, manager of Mhlambanyatsi Rovers in the Swaziland Premier League, says star striker Mfanzile "Fash" Dlamini could be joining Moroka Swallows next season, according to a local sports website.

The SuperSport Zone reports that the Rovers boss told their reporters that the Swaziland international would most likely be heading for the Beautiful Birds for the start of the 2003/04 season.

Dlamini is known for scoring outstanding goals, not least at international level, where is has been the driving force behind his country's good showing in the Cosafa Cup last year, and the African Cup of Nations qualifiers for 2004 as well.

He has represented Swaziland against Bafana Bafana last year, though the game ended in a 4-1 defeat for his side.

Simelane was reacting to reports that SuperSport United had signed another of his strikers, Tony 'TT' Tsabedze, and calling for calm amongst Rovers supporters.

"The supporters shouldnt panic because more of our players are set to be released to South African clubs. It's possible to have a new frontline altogether when the new season kicks off," he said.

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