Over the Moon for Bryce

2015-12-02 06:00
PHOTO: file Woodlands born Bryce Moon is now official a Mpumalanga Black Aces property after leaving Mamelodi Sundowns were he was on the   fringes.

PHOTO: file Woodlands born Bryce Moon is now official a Mpumalanga Black Aces property after leaving Mamelodi Sundowns were he was on the fringes.

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THE ongoing sporting relationship between the Capital City of KwaZulu-Natal, Pietermaritzburg and Mpumalanga Province continues to deepen.

Mpumalanga Black Aces has signed on high profile and Woodlands born Bryce Moon. Howick born Mabhuti Khenyeza and Machibisa born Mbulelo “OJ” Mabizela have also donned the colours of the Mbombela based outfit.

Aces head coach Muhsin Ertugral, who is an open admirer for well-travelled Moon, confirmed this week that the player was already in his books and was looking foward in having him again on board.

Ertugral who obviously sounded excited, said he knows Moon from Ajax Cape Town days.

“I am not just happy but over the moon because Bryce Moon has landed in Mpumalanga. I worked with him in Cape Town for a very long time. To him I was not just a coach, but I was like his teammate, but a father figure, his friend and his personal advicer.

“Obviously I am glad and happy for myself, club and for him. He is a good asset for the team and his experience will add value to the entire team,”said Ertugral.

Although the former Pirates (Maritzburg and District FA) junior player is now officially an Aces property and is allowed to train or play friendly games, but will be only elligible to play a PSL fixture during the January window period.

Moon said he was glad to be given another a chance to play soccer again after a frustrating period at Mamelodi Sundowns.

“My brother, to be given another chance to revive my career is a massive blessing from above. I really thank the Almighty God for presenting this opportunity. I also thank my family and all the prayers from the good people out there.”

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