Former Sundowns Star Gets Another Opportunity After A Difficulty Spell
By News350 | self meida writer
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SuperSport United are set to offer former mamelodi sundowns star lucky mohomi a new contract with the club despise having limited game time this season.
The team is satisfied with what they seen since Mohomi started getting a bit more game time after the injury of Teboho Mokoena the former free state stars midfielder has also scored his first gold for the season and has made 5 Appearances full SuperSport so far.
According to soccer-laduma lucky mohomi has impressed SuperSport United management with the hard work has been putting in training to to make sure that he returns to full fitness after years of not playing regular football.
Mohomi had a four-year stay its mamelodi sundowns which is joint from free state stars but he never managed to get regular game time is The League champions tough competition for places in the team and injuries made this difficult for him two girls regular game time at sundowns which ultimately led to his exit at the end of last season.
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