CAPE TOWN - Ex-Liverpool and Dutch
international goalkeeper Sander Westerveld has signed a two-year
contract with Ajax Cape Town, the South African club said on
Westerveld, who will be 37 years old in October, will
replace goalkeeper Hans Vonk, who retired at the end of last
season aged 41.
Ajax, runners-up in the South African league in May, is the
11th club of Westerveld's nomadic career that has seen him play
in the Netherlands, Spain and Italy.
Westerveld, who made six appearances for his country, turned
out 75 times for Premier League side Liverpool during a three
He will miss Ajax's opening game of the season this weekend
but is expected to debut next Wednesday.
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