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George Lebese has seen Covid-19 disrupt his plan to play overseas a bit longer than he accepted and he had to come back home to South Africa to play football or stay in the cool as he awaits for the Covid-19 to end. The former Kazier Chiefs and Mamelodi Sundowns playmaker has signed a new contract with DStv Premiership newcomers Tshakhuma Tsha Madzvihandila FC until the end of the season.image cred : Twitter
He will resume his professional playing football career at the Limpopo side and he will to redeem himself in the Premier Soccer League again. He last for Mamelodi Sundowns and it was a terrible experience for George Lebese at that time. He will be coached by former Moroka Swallows player Mpho Maleka and former Kazier Chiefs midfielder David Mathebula at Tshakhuma Tsha Madzvihandila FC until the end of the season.
Source : twitter.com
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