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Ex-Pirates Forward Moves On Yet Again After 15 Clubs

A previous Orlando Pirates forward has taken his first work post his long-extending vocation which took him to 15 clubs across three mainlands and seven nations.

Fikru Tefera Lemessa has connected up with Sebeta City in the Ethiopian Premier as he looks to start his instructing venture.

Fikru - who holds a UEFA C and CAF C permit and is expected to do his UEFA B permit in Scotland this year has taken over as specialized chief at the striving Ethiopian club.

"I came here to be the connection between the mentors, players and the executives in light of the fact that the club isn't in a decent position," he tells

"My occupation includes being at preparing to work with the mentors and players while likewise giving the scaffold to the administration of the club.

"The group has not begun the season well, yet we are certain that after several successes we will go up the standings on the grounds that the group in fourth is just seven focuses in front of us," says Tefera.

Sebeta is instructed by Zelalem 'Mourinho' Sheferaw.

The 36-year-old played for Pirates upon his appearance in South Africa in 2006 preceding continuing on to perform responsibility for SuperSport United, Highlands Park, Bidvest Wits, Milano United, Free State Stars, University of Pretoria while he likewise played for clubs in the Czech Republic, Finland, India, Bangladesh, Vietnam, and Ethiopia.

As Abubeker Nasir Ahmed approaches a potential move to the PSL, Fikru is among the couple of Ethiopians to at any point play in South Africa alongside Getaneh Kebede, Mohamed Ibrahim and Fisehayimer Begashew.


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