Kaizer Chiefs’ busy transfer window has continued. Kgaogela Sekgota has left the Naturena building.
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KGAOGELO SEKGOTA LEAVES KAIZER CHIEFS
Following the arrivals of Pule Mmodi and Tebogo Potsane, the Soweto giants have released Kgaogelo Sekgota.
“Player Updates: Chiefs and Sekgota Part Ways,” the club posted on social media.
“Winger, Kgaogelo Sekgota has departed Kaizer Chiefs after spending two years with the Club. His new Club will make an announcement in due course after finalising all the paperwork pertaining to his registration.
“We thank KG for all his efforts and wish him well for the rest of his footballing career,” the report added.
HELLO STELLENBOSCH FC
According to SABC Sports’ leading reporter Mazola Molefe, the former Bidvest Wits winger, who missed selection in last weekend’ 1-0 loss to Township Rollers, has joined Stellies.
“Stellenbosch FC have finalised the signing of their prized possession yet, as much sought-after winger Kgaogelo Sekgota puts pen to paper,” the outlet reported.
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Meanwhile, the 26-year-old from Polokwane’s Seshego could make his debut for Stellies against Orlando Pirates on Saturday at 20:00 in the Winelands.
CHIEFS NOT SIGNING GABADINHO MHANGO?
In other updates, Chiefs have been anticipated to announce Gabadinho Mhango, but the club’s Football Manager – Bobby Motaung -has flipped the script.
As reported throughout local media on Saturday, Amakhosi were said to have reached an agreement with the Malawian star.
However, Motaung, has told the media Amakhosi are in search of a striker, and not Mhango.
“I don’t have names at the moment. Kaizer Jr. deals with the names, I deal with the team, the whole team, the football environment,” Motuang told SuperSport TV on Saturday.
“But no Gabadinho Mhango but we are trying to beef up our striking force. We’ve got two, three injuries in the striking department,so we’re trying to beef up that department.
“Not Gabadinho Mhango, but Kaizer Jr. will announce, soon.”
Meanwhile, Ntseki’s first major test will be at home to Chippa United on Sunday, 6 August.
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