Aspiring football agent, Nimrod Mbhalati of Nida Sports has hailed Katlego Otladisa’s transfer move from Bahlabane Ba Ntwa to the Buccaneers as one of the best deals to ever happen to his company.
Otladisa’s two-year stint in Limpopo ended at the beginning of the season, when the Buccaneers finally struck an agreement with Gallants. The 26-year-old was amongst the four Pirates’ new signings for the 2023/2024 DStv Premiership campaign. Otladisa, whose displays have been turning heads amongst people wowed by his skills, was on the books of Mamelodi Sundowns between 2018 and 2020. He however did not play a single official match, spending most of his time-out on loans in the Premiership counterparts.
Talking wildly about the Buccaneer’s new star, Otladisa’s representative, Mbhalati has described Otladisa’s Pirates move as something they will always cherish for years.
AGENT HAILS KATLEGO OTLADISA’S ORLANDO PIRATES MOVE
“This was a surprise for both myself and the player, even though we knew he was going to move, but when the Pirates gave us a call we didn’t believe it,” Mbhalati told I Love Kaizer Chiefs.
“This is one of the biggest deals I’ve done in my career. I’m very humble and grateful to God for granting me this opportunity as Nida Sports CEO.”
In the pursuit of Nida Sports growth and success, Mbhalati has no doubt that the former Sundowns’ star move to the Buccaneers will have a massive impact on the agency.
OTLADISA’S PIRATES MOVE WILL BETTER NIDA SPORT AGENCY
“The Otladisa’s move to Orlando Pirates could take Nida Sports to better heights because it’s a big move. It is one of the most notable signings by Pirates,” said the agent.
“I know we were recognised before, but this move will take us higher. You must remember this is the same Nida Sports that took Otladisa to Marumo Gallants, and we are happy with the progress.”
“And so far as Nida, we did two deals with Pirates and on those deals, everything was professional and the people at Orlando Pirates are very welcoming and friendly, especially Mr. Mpumi Khoza because he’s the one I was dealing with the most.”
The Rustenburg lad has made three appearances for the Sea Robbers this season so far in all competitions.
Otladisa will be hoping to make his Soweto derby debut when his side face Kaizer Chiefs on November 11 at the FNB Stadium.