An exit from a DStv Premiership club has been affirmed for a midfielder who has since marked an arrangement abroad as he hopes to additional his vocation in the 2021/22 season.
After his fruitless stretch with Marumo Gallants since the Limpopo outfit neglected to enlist him with the association for the current mission, Kenyan midfielder Michael Ovella Ochieng has left the club.
"Michael Ovella Ochieng has formally headed out in different directions from Marumo Gallants and has endorsed with Township Rollers in Botswana," affirmed the source.
"There has been interest in him in the PSL however when the clubs that showed interest in him showed reality, he had as of now settled on an arrangement with Township Rollers. Municipality Rollers is a major club in Botswana and Ochieng is sure of ricocheting back with them after his failure at Marumo. Likewise, it is not difficult to get different proposals from other huge clubs somewhere else when a player plays for Township Rollers as they are a group that occasionally play in the CAF Champions League and that is the reason it was easy for him to choose to join the club," the source added.
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