As teams have been on a shopping spree in the transfer window market in signing new players to the teams while others were released after their contracts came to and end.
The Mpumalanga out TS Galaxy Football Club couldn't let the window pass by without preparing for the new season which resumes in upcoming weeks.
The Rockets unvield new signings at the in acquirsition of Augustine Kwem, Mohammed Anas, Mthobisi Mngomezulu, Xolani Slawula, Zolani Nkombelo, Igor Makitan, Vasilije Kolak, and Marate Ndieguene for the new season.
Kwem who joins from Chippa United Football Club were he was the teams captain and helped them forge thier way back to Premeir Soccer League during the playoffs.
Mohammad Anas former relegated side Black Leopards goalpoachers had also joined the 2019 Nedbank Cup tournament champions.
There other six new signings are from the GladAfrican Championship log with only one of them from outside the country.
Ts Galaxy will be hoping to face the Naturena side Kaizer Chiefs who last knocked them out of last eight previous season and will hope to get redemption out this contest and earn maximum points.
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