Lesotho worldwide star Luciano Matsoso is required to move to KwaZulu-Natal after a fruitful COSAFA Cup in Port Elizabeth. The COSAFA Cup or COSAFA Senior Challenge Cup is an annual tournament for teams from Southern Africa organized by the Council of Southern Africa Football Associations, inaugurated after the ban against the Republic of South Africa had been lifted and the African Cup of Nations had been staged there in 1996
The midfielder is near finishing an arrangement with GladAfrica Championship side Uthongathi FC, with a transition to KZN on the cards after a great presentation in the yearly competition. The 26-year-old had recently been on the books of Black Leopards and Bloemfontein Celtic's MDC side.
The aggressor has since drawn in light a legitimate concern for the Cane Cutters as they hope to supplant central participants lost to the DStv Premiership. As per insiders, Matsoso has dazzled mentor Papi Zothwane and an arrangement is near being finished up. Sources have demonstrated that groups are supporting their sides, expecting to be prepared on schedule for the KZN Premier's Cup.
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