Date:Thursday February 17 2011
Crystal Palace have announced the loan signing of South African holding midfielder Kagisho Dikgacoi from London neighbours Fulham. The combative midfield man will stay at Selhurst Park until the end of the season and is looking to salvage his career in English football, after finding it difficult to feature in the first team at the Premiership side following his move from African club Golden Arrows in 2009.
Dikgacoi featured for his country at the World Cup, and is keen to find first team football to secure his international place, stating to the official Palace website: "I'm very pleased with the move. It's a chance to get some game time and that will help my chance of playing for my national team".
Manager Dougie Freedman is glad to have Dikgacoi on board: "He's an experienced international who has played in England for a while now, so he will have adapted to that. He's an athletic player who can sit in the midfield and add experience for us".
Dikgacoi will add some steel to the Palace midfield and should make his debut against Sheffield United at the weekend.
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Date:Thursday February 17 2011
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