BAROKA’S PLAYER SHAKE-UP!

THE CHIEF executive of new PSL side Baroka FC, Morgan Mammila, confirmed yesterday that they had signed Botswana international midfielder-cum-striker Thabang Sesinyi on a two-year deal with an option to renew.

As they roped in the Zebras and ex-Orapa United player, Bakgaga dropped a bombshell when they announced the departure of Nkosinathi Ndlovu and Dumisani Ngwenya, who have been placed on transfer.

Ndlovu has been linked with a move to the reigning PSL champions Mamelodi Sundowns.

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 Mammila told SunSport that Ndlovu and Ngwenya were key players in their side last season but had become unhappy and had to be set free. “They are not happy at the club, so we have decided to let them go. We don’t keep unhappy players,” he explained.

Siyanda Ngubo, who was reported to have joined Baroka on loan from Orlando Pirates, will not be joining the Limpopo outfit after all, according to Mammila.

“He won’t be joining us next season,” he stated. “We were looking forward to having him in the team but that boy has his own issues. As I’ve said, we don’t want players who are not happy because they will not deliver.”

The Ga-Mphahlele outfit also added Siphelele Zikalala to their ensemble. Zikalala was initially spotted by Pirates in the ABC Motsepe League play-offs in Bloemfontein.

He signed for Bucs but ended up with Baroka on a swap deal that saw Donald Mokondelela going the other way. This is a clear indication that Baroka mean business, having already paraded 13 new players earlier this month.

– Meanwhile, former Ajax Cape Town midfielder Franklin Cale and ex-Golden Arrows defender Joseph Musonda have resurfaced at Highlands Park.

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