Aggressive DStv Premiership outfit Sekhukhune United has affirmed the signings of six new players, including previous Orlando Pirates players Tshegofatso Mabasa and Linda Mntambo. As recently announced by the Siya group, Mabasa and Mntambo had drawn in interest from Sekhukhune and they have now made all necessary endorsements. The club has likewise affirmed the appearances of Denwin Farmer, Abednego Mosiatlhaga, Elias Mokwana and Tshepo Mokhabi.
Mabasa could end up being a significant figure for the club forthright, after they let go of Justin Shonga and Evans Rusike, who both battled before goal. Mabasa was in and out of the line-up during his experience with the Buccaneers and will be hoping to leave an imprint in his new varieties.
The 33-year-old Mntambo enjoyed four years with Pirates, yet couldn't hold down a standard spot in the firing line-up. With the Soweto monsters remaking the side, they chose to head out in different directions and Mntambo will presently have a chance to battle for a spot in a Sekhukhune side that as of late lost Yusuf Maart to Kaizer Chiefs.
One more player who will be hoping to leave an imprint is Mosiatlhaga, who joins from Cape Town Spurs. He has forever been viewed as a promising player, however has spent the last two or three seasons in the subsequent level. He will currently get an open door to feature his ability in the topflight.
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