The swords are out at Baroka and they are cutting out all the excess branches at the club.
Baroka is on an ambitious drive to bring glory back at the club.
The ambitious DStv Premier Soccer League clubs has so far made six new signings as they step up preparations for the new campaign.
Baroka survived relegation by a whisker last season following their 1-1 draw against Kaizer Chiefs. That result also saw Chiefs losing the title to bitter rivals Mamelodi Sundowns.
The Limpopo outfit has been busy with regards to signing new players to strengthen Dylan Kerr’s squad as part of the plans for the first proper pre-season for the coach.
Former Orlando Pirates youngster Augustine Mahlonoko is one of the new signings for Bakgaga, along with Oscarine Masuluke (TS Sporting), Cheslyn Jampies (Uthongathi FC), Themba Chauke (Polokwane City), Kgodiso Monama (University of Pretoria and Wonderboy Makhubu (Tshakhuma Tsha Madzivhandila).
To make way for the new signings, Baroka have had to dig deep into their archives and release some players.
The players who have been released from Bakgaga include Khulekani Madondo, Ivan Mahangwahaya, Khulekani Madondo, Matome Kgoetyane, Ayanda Dlamini, Mandisi Gadla and Ethen Sampson.
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