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Mokoena Joins Masandawana

Mamelodi Sundowns are glad to declare the marking of Bafana worldwide midfielder Teboho Mokoena from SuperSport United.

The 25-year-old joins The Brazilians in the wake of marking a three-and-a-half year manage a choice of an extra year at Chloorkop. Mokoena has been one of the exceptional stars in the DStv Premiership and has won the MTN8 praises with United. The youthful maestro communicated his fervor after joining Masandawana and underscored on his desire to win prizes:

"I need to invest in some opportunity to show appreciation, I am extremely glad for this accomplishment and I'm additionally content with the choice that I made to join Mamelodi Sundowns. As the idiom goes above and beyond, 'Champions', I was additionally conceived a victor and I need to see myself winning the association, contending in the CAF Champions League just as the FIFA Club World Cup and simply winning prizes."

The Free State diva, brought into the world in Bethlehem, has gotten 15 objectives and made 17 aids his 156 appearances for Matsatsantsa and had a fundamental impact in South Africa's World Cup qualifiers just as being a sparkling star for the country at the 2020 Olympics in Japan.

Teboho turns into the second player to join Sundowns from Matsatsantsa in the 2021/22 season, continuing in the strides of safeguard Grant Kekana. Close by Kekana, Mokoena will get together with previous SuperSport colleague Aubrey Modiba, just as public group protectors Rushine De Reuck and Thapelo Morena.

"Actually I am pleased with this achievement in my profession, to move from SuperSport United to Mamelodi Sundowns. It was a simple choice for me to make since this club showed interest in me and it was additionally a club that I had expected to play for. I like their style of play, the manner by which they are overwhelming the association and on the global stage also."

Welcome home to the home of the Champions, Mawere!

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