We dig deeper and find out, where are two great South African players which many people have not seen for while. They played their part in the South African Premier Division and they helped many Premier Soccer League clubs win many trophies such as Nedbank Cup and so on. Let's check, which clubs are they playing for at the current moment.
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Many people might have missed this fantastic player who once walked on the fields of FNB stadium and now, he has looked for greener pastures elsewhere. Morgan Gould played for the best teams in the PSL and he helped them secure a dozen of trophies. The Soweto-born defender plays for Sekhukhune United FC in the GladAfrica Championship. He wears the number 42 on the back of his club jersey. The 37 year old former Supersport United and Kazier Chiefs footballer has signed a season long contract on the 26th of November 2020 and his contract will expire on the 30th of June 2021 with an option to extend for a further year. Sekhukhune United are giving him game time and that is good on his side because his nearing his retirement age. Only time will tell when Morgan Gould will help Sekhukhune United gain promotion.images cred : Facebook
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Eleazar Rodgers was one of the best striker who could score a thunderous goal using his head and he was quite good with his legs also. The 36 year old player has traveled a lot in the Premier Soccer League by playing for many clubs in the top flight football. He was tall and he used to his advantage against opposition teams. The centre forward began his professional football career back in 2006 when he was playing for Santos FC and they played like a house on fire during those times. Eleazar Rodgers plays for Cape Umoya United in the GladAfrica Championship. He wears the number 9 on the back of his current club jersey. He signed as a free agent and he joined his current club on the 27th October 2020 on a season long contract. His contract will expire on the 30th of June 2021. He will be forever remembered in the South African football fraternity and his work hard and commitment to many PSL clubs he played for, has brought trophies or something to cheer about.
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