Over the years, Supersport United's gifted player has done exceptionally well. He has played for South Africa's under-20, under-23, and national teams. Various National team coaches have chosen him, demonstrating his consistency over time. This year, he also competed for the national squad at the Tokyo Olympics.
According to a source, Supersport boss Stan Mathews confirmed that the team has found a viable successor for Tebogo Mokoena and that they are in a good position to part ways with the midfielder soon. For the majority of the season, he was on the radar of the Sundowns and Chiefs.
Tebogo Mokoena has demonstrated beyond a shadow of a doubt that he can be useful under a variety of coaches. After the Olympics, his club planned to relocate to another country. The under-23s, on the other hand, did not progress past the first round and were eliminated. It is unclear in which direction he is traveling. Stan did not say which way he was going, but many on social media believe he was headed to Sundowns.
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