Cape Town City Chairman, John Comitis says that there will be no deal for two of his most sought-after players. The players in question have been both linked with a move away from Hartleyvale throughout this transfer window.
“We want to cement our position on the log and increase our chances of ending at least within the top five bracket,” Chairman Comitis told ThisIsFootball.Africa.
Comitis has put to an end to any speculation with regards to back in-form midfielder Thabo Nodada and winger Khanyisa Mayo.
Nodada has regained the form that saw him being linked with Kaizer Chiefs and Orlando Pirates, forming a good partnership with Brice Ambina and Thato Mokeke. At 27, his best is yet to come. A high price bid would have to be made in order for City to part ways given his current importance and role in the team. Nodada consistency is borne out in his stats, having made 15 appearances in all competitions thus far this season.
Khanyisa Mayo has been a subject of interest for Mamelodi Sundowns, especially while Peter Shalulile was injured. However, since Shalulilie returned to the Downs line up, the noise has faded. The son of Kaizer Chiefs legend, Patrick Mayo, has already equalled his goal tally of last season in the league by scoring four goals and also providing two assists. Not a prolific goal scorer as compared to their Namibian striker but Masandawana has belief that he could develop into one at Chloorkop.
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