Obada has signed a two-year contract with Maritzburg after undergoing a medical on Friday morning.
“I have signed a two-year deal,” revealed the Nigerian winger to Kickoff.com.
"It has always been my desire to continue playing in the PSL (Premier Soccer League) because
this is the league where I can get the kind of exposure that I need. I
am happy that I will be able to continue in the PSL. I want to keep on
working hard so that I get to deliver and help the team to better
“I know that I was still under contract at Thanda for another two years
and I have no idea about the transaction that took place between the
two clubs. What I am concerned and thrilled about is that I have sealed
a move to club that is in the PSL.”
KickOff.com revealed that Maritzburg arranged
for a special transfer with Thanda who have already stated that they
will not be holding onto players who desire to move on.
The Nigerian winger was brought to Thanda by deposed coach Roger
Palmgren at the beginning of last year and has proven to be a gem on
the right wing.
Thanda have trimmed down with Nkosinathi Nhleko, July Mahlangu, Tonic
Chabalala, Sibusiso Hadebe, Katleho Loke and James Madidilani having
already all left for PSL clubs.