After three seasons with Stellenbosch FC, Leletu Skelem has left the Mother City outfit to join Maritzburg United, where he is hoping to take his career to the next level under the club’s head coach, Ernst Middendorp.
The winger is, however, is reportedly not too pleased that he was part of the swap deal with Judas Moseamedi, who made the switch to Stellies.
“PLAYER MOVEMENT |
Lelethu Skelm joins @MaritzburgUtd while Judas Moseamedi finds a new home @StellenboschFC for the 2021/22 season.
#KCMGSFootball https://t.co/hvTe8H5rhn” - @KCMGlobalSports tweeted.
In a recent interview, Skelem revealed to Soccer Laduma’s what disappointed him about how his move happened.
The 23-year-old winger also talks about the family problems he had that affected his progress last season, while also responding to being linked with a move to Kaizer Chiefs.
The lively winger might not have joined Chiefs as expected but he will surely bounce back strongly at his new club under Ernst Middendorp.
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