Mothibantwa to join Arrows

2013-12-10 13:16
Lebogang Mothibantwa (Gallo Images)
Cape Town - Former Bloemfontein Celtic and Orlando Pirates holding midfielder, Lebogang Mothibantwa, is set to sign for the Durban-based Golden Arrows.

According to a report on the Kick-Off website, “Congo” passed his medical test and will sign on the dotted line later on Tuesday. 

The 29-year-old, who also previously represented Vasco da Gama, has been without a club for the last year and a half.

This could be a major boost for Abafana Besthende who are currently in the relegation zone, occupying the 15th spot.

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