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Fatau Dauda tips Sulley Muntari to succeed in the PSL

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Legon Cities goalkeeper Fatau Dauda has backed Sulley Muntari to succeed in the PSL if he eventually seals a deal to play in the South African League.

The former AC Milan and Inter Milan midfielder has been linked with a move to Maritzburg United and Kaizer Chiefs is in South Africa to thrash out a move according to reports.

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Dauda who played for Orlando Pirates between 2013 – 2014 believes Muntari has been monitoring the PSL and is aware of what awaits him.

“For sometime now I have been training with Sulley and he is a guy who is still passionate about football.

“He has been following the South African league while he was in Italy.

“He has good knowledge of the game there.

“He is a big boy and I am convinced that he can make it there.

“He loves the football they play there so he wont have problems.

The 36 year old Muntari last played for Albacete in the Spanish Segunda in the 2018 – 2019 season


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