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Teboho Mokoena Breaks His Silence After Big Money Move To Sundowns

The South African Soccer Fraternity was brought to a standstill when Mamelodi Sundowns officially welcomed Bafana Bafana midfielder Tebogo Mokoena in their star studded squad set to challenge for the league title in the second half of the season. 

The 25 years old midfielder put pen to paper on a three and a half years contract that is believed to be worth a lot of money around it. It is no doubt that the star player did not come cheap for they Brazilians who were not the only ones after Mokoena's signature. 

Having already been confirmed to be on his way out of Supersport United where he has been for a long time, the midfielder feels he has taken the right move in his career to join Sundowns, where no one is guaranteed game time. 

"Personally I am very proud of this milestone in my career, moving from Supersport United to Mamelodi Sundowns. It was an easy decision to make because this club showed serious interest in me and this is the club I had hoped to play for one day. I like their style of play, the way in which they are dominating the league and on an international stage too. So I'm very happy to be here, " expressed Mokoena. 

Over the years, Mokoena has been improving himself as a playe, as far as going on to become one of the key players for the National team side under Belgian coach Hugo Broos. 

Joining Sundowns will not be hard of an environment to adjust in as there are already familiar faces such as his former compatriots at SuperSport United, in the form of Grant Kekana and Aubrey Modiba. 

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