The transfer window is beginning to peak club sided in our division continue doing impressive business within the transfer window.
Sekhukhene United grabbed the headlines in the morning by announcing six new players and the two of those players came from none other than the Orlando Pirates in the form of Linda Mtambo who joined the side permanently as well as a star striker, Abel Mabaso who is joining on a loan basis incredibly piece of business from the club.
It's a great thing for football when some of our biggest clubs can release players who are not getting, great minutes. Abel Mabasa was the biggest signing ba a few months ago he was representing our national team before he fell down the pecking order.
Sekhukhene United finished number eleventh on the log table last season and they went on to sign not only talented, players but also highly rated players.
It's a great piece of business from the side, imagine selling your best player Yusuf Maart for six million and you go in and replace him, with Linda Mtambo who is a highly rated playmaker on his right for free. He is also a goal threat in 15 games despite playing deep he scored 3 goals he is 33 years of age he is going to give them, 2 or 3 years of top-class performances.
Those six players are going to improve them a lot the club has serious ambitions of competing in the very top level of the game, I won't be surprised at all if they can finish inside the top 8 a lot of teams are going to struggle a lot playing against them. Visiting Sekhukhene United won't be easy at all but that's the beauty of our football. It's going to be a great season.
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