14 new signings for FSS

2014-07-31 10:01
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Cape Town – Ivory Coast defender Robert Sankara and Burkina Faso goalkeeper Daouda Diakite have signed for Free State Stars.

According to KickOff, Sankara and Diakite are just two of 14 new faces at Stars.

Richard Henyekane joins Stars on a permanent deal following a successful loan spell from Mamelodi Sundowns.

Former Maritzburg United and Orlando Pirates striker, Rudolf Bester, and fellow Namibian defender DaCosta Angula have joined as well.

The other players are Hendrik Somaeb, Moffat Mdluli, Sandile Mkhwanazi, Johny Mathole, Bafana Kali, Thabiso Maharala, Tumelo Letuka, Makhehlene Makhaula and Morena Mokoena.

Free State Stars' first PSL encounter is against Kaizer Chiefs on August 9 at the Charles Mopeli Stadium at 15:00.

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