Rockets have singed Orebotse Mongae and Andile Fakude who are both 25 year old and have been doing a great in their previous teams.
Mongae joins Rockets from Polokwane City Rovers and Fakude comes for ABC Mostepe League side Barbeton City Stars in the Mpumalanga region.
Galaxy find themselves at wrong side of the log in position 16 having only collected 13 points in their 17 league games.
However with the new signings made the Rockets will want to escape relegation when the Dstv Premiership returns to action in February 2021.
Both Orebotse and Andile have enough of what it takes to make their mark at the top level of the game,” club president Tim Sukazi said.
“Their talent is not in doubt. If they can continue and do what they have been doing at training so far, they’ll both be household names in no time. They highly gifted and both are left footers which is a rare find. We are very elated at having them within our fold.”
Thier opening fixture in 2022 will be against Usuthu Amazulu FC who also catching up on log leaders Mamelodi Sundowns.
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