Orlando Pirates flop Austin Muwowo is set to return to the membership in January after what has been a failed mortgage stint with Swallows.
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According to KickOff, an unnamed Swallows official confirmed that Muwowo might return to his guardian membership, Pirates, barely six months into his mortgage settlement.
The left-footer was anticipated to spend the entire of this season on mortgage at Swallows as he was in the hunt for common sport time.
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However, issues have gotten even worse as Muwowo has managed only a single substitute look for Swallows to this point.
And the official feels Muwowo is struggling to adapt to the best way Swallows play, and that alone may very well be sufficient for the membership to launch him.
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“It’s a combination of factors,” mentioned the official.
“There is moreover the difficulty of him struggling to adapt to the membership system with different gamers forward of him in the identical position.
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“He’s not a bad player and you can see the talent but things seem to be not working for him at Swallows,” added the official.
Muwowo’s contract with Pirates involves an finish on 30 June 2022, and it stays to be seen if the Soweto giants will renew it.
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