GladAfrica Championship Hungry Lions have affirmed interest to have a Kaizer Chiefs player borrowed for another season, after a body of evidence against the side and the player was removed by the PSL on Monday.
Lions had been called to confront the PSL disciplinary board after Jomo Cosmos guaranteed that they had not given Tshepo Mohlala his freedom, which then, at that point, made him ineligible to play for Lions, as per Ezenkosi.
The case, be that as it may, was removed by the PSL on Monday, as it was found that Cosmos had no any reason to be taken seriously in the wake of creating fake records, as the player was endorsed borrowed by Lions from Chiefs.
The 22-year-old showed up for Lions in the past season, including the Nedbank Cup, and the club has affirmed that they are presently in converses with Amakhosi to have the player back for one more mission in the GladAfrica Championship.
"See, we need him back. We need him here once more. He is a generally excellent player that kid. We were additionally stressed over what this (case) could do to him since he simply cherishes playing football. He is exceptionally focused. Tshepo is a fantasy player with regards to responsibility, discipline and ability. We would need to have him here. There are discussions among us and I, however I can't affirm right now what will occur. In any case, I realize without a doubt that we as a whole love Tshepo and I accept us all couldn't want anything more than to have him here for the impending season," Lions correspondences chief Otsile Baitsomedi told the Siya team.
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