New Sekhukhune United striker Tshegofatso Mabasa says he's coming to score objectives and partake in his football at the club.
Mabasa, 25, fixed a transition to Babina Noko on a season-long credit from Orlando Pirates subsequent to tumbling down the hierarchy at the Soweto goliaths.
The appearances for Bienvenu Eva Nga, Evidence Makgopa and Kwame Peprah immovably the best option from the 2021/22 mission left his chances restricted and an impermanent switch has now been struck.
Also, the previous Bloemfontein Celtic striker who's scored 22 objectives in 66 games (27 beginnings) for Pirates in all rivalries was revealed among six new signings on Tuesday evening.
"It's a significant privilege to be essential for this developing club you know, coming here, what the allies can anticipate from me is certainly devotion you know and scoring objectives too yet in particular for me to partake in my football," he told the club's media office.
"I'm thankful for the director and the open door he's given me and the inviting I've gotten from the players and the specialized group as well as the mentors you know.
"I've truly appreciated it up until this point and what the allies can anticipate from us is this season is for us to transform our misfortunes into draws and our brings into wins and accomplish more going into the new season and completing as high as conceivable in the association."
Mabasa will expect to turn into the club's driving marksman after they delivered Justin Shonga, Evans Rusike and Charlton Mashumba, every one of whom neglected to order a standard beginning compartment close by Chibuike Ohizu.
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