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A Top PSL Club Have Finally Announced Their New Head Coach and Assistant Coach

Floyd Mogale and Benson Mhlongo have been added to the Black Leopards' technical team. 

On Tuesday evening, the two arrived in Polokwane and were officially introduced to the players on Wednesday. 

Mogale will be the main coach, with Mhlongo and Morgan Shivambu as his assistants, and they will begin training on Thursday.

With seven points, Lidoda Duvha is currently third from bottom in the GladAfrica Championship standings. 

In their first seven games of the season, they have only one win to their credit.

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Benson Mhlongo was a member of the South African national team from 2003 to 2009. He competed in the African Cup of Nations in 2008 but was unable to compete in the 2010 FIFA World Cup due to injury. In total, he received 36 caps for Bafana Bafana

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Black Leopards FC is a South African football team that competes in the National First Division and is situated in Thohoyandou, Vhembe Region, Limpopo.

The Vhembe Region's business community created the club in 1983. The Thidiela family purchased the club in 1998. Black Leopards FC got promoted to the ABSA Premier Soccer League after only two seasons in the National First Division.

After seven seasons in the Absa Premiership, they were demoted to the National First Division in 2008, however three years later they returned to the top tier division.


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