Absa Premiership

Baroka announce 13 signings

2016-06-27 11:29
Thobejane Baroka (TEAMtalk)

Cape Town - Baroka FC have signaled their intentions ahead of their debut campaign in the AbsaPremiership with the announcement of 13 new signings.

Head coach Kgoloko Thobejane recently claimed his side would not sign any Premiership 'rejects' upon their promotion to the top-flight and has lived up to his word by announcing a host of NFD and ABC Motsepe league transfers.

The 13 players are as follows according to the club's statement:

Goalkeepers: Ngcobo Xolani Zakhele (Royal Eagles), Mbangeni Innocent (Manco Milano)

Defenders: Mahashe Mzwanele (Milano Utd), Leitsisa Tshepiso (WitbankSpurs), Ignitious Kgobadi (Orbit FC)

Midfielders: Sediti Tshepo (Orbit FC), Siphiwe Gwala (FC Cape Town), Soso Rethabile (Manco Milano), Tumelo Mogale (Roses Utd), James Bell (Swallows),Richard Matloga (Highlands Park) Sipho Moeti (Swallows)

Striker: Cleopas Dube (Witbank Spurs)

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