Mokoena moved to Bayer Leverkusen and Ajax, before twice being advanced out to Germinal Beerschot and afterward moving to KRC Genk for a very long time. On 4 January 2005, matured 24 he moved to Premier League side Blackburn Rovers in which he depicted his move as a fantasy.
Mokoena made his introduction for Blackburn on 8 January 2005 out of a FA Cup coordinate against Cardiff City, going ahead as a 43rd-minute substitute for Barry Ferguson. After this, Mark Hughes chiefly used Mokoena as a holding midfielder. Mokoena proceeded to be a normal in the firing line-up for the rest of the period, seeming multiple times altogether. He was utilized by Hughes as the holding midfielder in a three-man midfield in a cautious 4–5–1 arrangement, a move which saw Blackburn yield less objectives and move away from assignment threat.
Hughes later returned to a 4–4–2 development. From that point on, Mokoena ended up utilized sparingly as a holding midfielder in his supported 4–5–1 development as a second-half substitute, accused of ensuring leads in games wherein Blackburn were winning. With Robbie Savage out harmed for Rovers, Mokoena began the vast majority of the group's games in 2007 and he scored his first objective for Blackburn in a FA Cup sixth round triumph against Manchester City on 11 March 2007. Notwithstanding, he was subsequently shipped off in the wake of getting a second yellow cE. He scored his second and last Blackburn objective against Sunderland in February 2009, again this time in the FA Cup replay in Rovers' 2–1 success at Ewood Park which was additionally casted a ballot as objective of the period for the 2008–09 season. Mokoena played his last game for Blackburn Rovers on 24 May 2009 against West Bromwich Albion at Ewood Park in the 0–0 draw.
On 24 May 2009 he declared he would join individual Premier League outfit Portsmouth on a three-year deal.He scored his first objective for Portsmouth in the last moment of additional opportunity to give them triumph over Coventry City at the Ricoh Arena in the withering seconds in the FA Cup third round replay on 12 January 2010. Mokoena had a significant influence in the games against Coventry, Sunderland, South Coast rivals Southampton, Birmingham and Tottenham.He expressed that he wanted the transition to get normal football, particularly in the approach the 2010 World Cup held in South Africa his local.
Mokoena scored his first alliance objective in English football (having recently scored three in the FA Cup) when he got on 58 minutes and finished the full an hour and a half in a 3–1 triumph over Bristol City at Fratton Park on 28 September 2010.
On 28 October 2010, Mokoena marked another more than long term manage Pompey going on until summer 2013. He showed up and has scored 3 objectives for Portsmouth altogether rivalries. On 18 June 2011, he said that he could be leaving Portsmouth since he has been extremely disappointed at being on the seat on a standard basis.
Following Portsmouth going into organization in February 2012 and the club's ensuing assignment into the third-level Football League One, Mokoena was distinguished a likely central participant to leave because of his generally significant pay. During this time Mokoena was emphatically connected with an exchange to Bidvest Wits and didn't appear at the main day of pre-season preparing. On 10 July, Portsmouth chief Michael Appleton expressed that he trusted Mokoena would leave Portsmouth inside 24 hours.
On 12 July 2012, Mokoena concurred an agreement end with Portsmouth.
On 11 July 2012 Mokoena finished his move from Portsmouth to Bidvest Wits. On 20 July, he was formally introduced at his new club.
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