The 2020/21 season of the DStv Premiership is just a couple of days away from kick off and clubs are still building their squads for the new season.
DStv Premiership new boys Swallows Fc have signed no less than 14 players ahead of the new season and it seems like they could be signing more.
Jabulani Shongwe who was once on the books of Mamelodi Sundowns and Bidvest Wits is currently being assessed by Swallows FC.
Lebo Mashishi who represents Shongwe told Kickoff.com that "Yes, he is training with Swallows. I'm not sure when he started, he received a call directly from the club."
"So I'm actually not up to datewith it but he told me he is training. I'm not involved, but yes I am his representative."
Tokelo Rantie who was once on the books of Mamelodi Sundowns and Orlando Pirates is also one of those who are on trial at the club.
Swallows are also asseing Keegan Ritchie who broke into the professional ranks many years ago whilst playing for the club from Soweto. Ritchie has played for the likes of Kaizer Chiefs, SuperSport United, Bloemfontein Celtic as well as the now defunct Bidvest Wits.
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