The upcoming events of DSTV premiership to commence later this month of August should be more entertaining considering the late confirmed transfers from different DSTV premiership clubs.
While mentioning the transfer Market it has come to our attention that Mamelodi Sundowns has started the crucial reshuffle to their squad members.
Considering the competition and some of the player struggling to get sufficient game time the club of Mamelodi Sundowns went further to discuss the move for Mr Langaman.
According to the club head coach Mr Manqoba Mqithi the decision to release the player is to ensure that he also get more game time without concerned of higher competition.
Official confirmed that Mamelodi Sundowns old time expirianced left foot defender Mr Tebogo Langaman to Join Swallow FC as to gain more game time and considerations.
Tebogo Langarman is expected to officially start training with the club since he has already confirmed his signature to the Dube's FC Swallows to be precisely
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