Ever since Swallows Football club lost a host of players at the end of 2020/2021 season they have been hard at work trying to replace them.
The likes of Kgaogelo Sekgota,Given Thibedi,Sfiso Hlanti and Njabulo Ngcobo are just some of the few players that have left the club with Tebogo Langerman and Monnapuleng Saleng are just some of the few players that have joined the club ahead of the 2021/2022 season,but the club hasn't been able to replace one of their star player from last season Njabulo "Roadblock" Ngcobo.
The 2020/2021 PSL Defender of the season was one of the standout performers at Swallows and it looks like the club has finally found the replacement for Ngcobo,it is rumoured and believed that Lesotho international Rethabile Rasenthutsa is linked with a move to Swallows Fc and is seen as Ngcobo's replacement.
The 26 year old Linare Fc player was spotted playing in the recently COSAFA cup where he was playing for Lesotho national team.
Do you think the unknown player has what it takes to make it in PSL?Leave your thoughts below.
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