Following their promotion to first-class football this season, Sekhukhune United have added at least 15 new players to their senior squad.
Kehaan Arends, a left-footed center back for Amakhosi, is the latest addition to the rookies.
The player was exchanging his Diski Challenge side with the Chiefs.This season, he'll frame a portion of Sekhukhune save side.
Warren Swartz, a chief of ProAthlete Management Agency, affirmed his shift to Sekhukhune.
Swartz confirmed, "He won his freedom from Chiefs and has joined Sekhukhune."
The player will be hoping to proceed to the main group and get a chance to play in the DStv prominence sooner than than later, after he missed out on the opportunity at Chiefs.
Some former Amakhosi players have also joined the Sekhukhune senior team, including any resemblance of Willard Katdande, who was unexpectedly delivered by the naturena based company.
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