Cape Town - Moroka
Swallows captain Lefa Tsutsulupa has absolutely no intention of his leaving his
club in the foreseeable future and would actually like to end his career at the
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The 34-year-old Tsutsulupa has been at Swallows since 2005
and has been one of the club’s stalwarts over the years. He has faced whatever
adversity the club has faced and he has contributed to all of its success too.
"This is my club, this is my home,” Tsutsulupa told Soccer
“My contract issues have been sorted, I just look forward to
being part of this great club.”
Tsutsulupa has not played a considerable amount of football
during the current Premiership season, having made just two starting
appearances for the club.
However, he has been most active during the mid-term break
and is confident that he will play a prominent role when the season resumes.
The first assignment for Swallows next month will be a
fixture against Mamelodi Sundowns at the Lucas Moripe Stadium on 10 February.
"Yes, the coach has been working us hard and we are nearly
“I feel confident heading into our game against Sundowns, I
just want to play and help my team,” added Tsutsulupa.