Former Pirates player to leave City for McCarthy’s AmaZulu?

Just over a year ago Cape Town City handed Abbubaker Mobara a contract extension until June 2023. However, this past season he has only receive limited game time as Nathan Fasika and Taariq Fielies having been preferred as the starting centre-backs, and reports suggest he could now make a transfer to AmaZulu.

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According to iDiski Times, Mobara is set to re-unite with Benni McCarthy at Usuthu. iDiski sources have reportedly already revealed that Mobara has bid his farewells to his City teammates.

Mobara could be unveiled as an AmaZulu player in the coming days

The 27-year-old has previously had stints with Ajax and Pirates before settling at Cape Town City.

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He joined Cape Town City in July 2019, and that was soon after ending his relationship with the Buccaneers following a frustrating three seasons for him. However, it was former Bucs star and now AmaZulu coach McCarthy who handed Mobara’s career a lifeline.

Having broken through as teenager at Ajax, Mobara was also a star for the national U23 team at the Rio Olympics, where he memorably marked Brazilian superstar Neymar.

AmaZulu are currently fifth on the DStv Premiership standings, and will next be in action against TS Galaxy on 16 February.

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