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Brisk transfer window sees 88 players move

The January transfer window proved to be hectic with 88 players making a switch in the BTC Premiership.
By Staff Writer Thu 02 Feb 2017, 14:48 pm (GMT +2)
Mmegi Online :: Brisk transfer window sees 88 players move








Nico United, facing a bleak future following the closure of BCL Mine, made the most number of signings, bringing in 12 new players.

Mochudi Centre Chiefs, in a bid to rescue a faltering campaign, brought in 10 signings, the joint second highest, the same as that of Mahalapye United Hotspurs.

Extension Gunners were also on a buying spree after signing nine players, as did troubled Gilport Lions. Log leaders, Township Rollers and Police XI were the least active, bringing just a single player each. Orapa United, Black Forest and Jwaneng Galaxy were also not that keen to reinforce with just two additions each.

There were high profile movements with Jerome Ramatlhakwana completing his deal from Don Bosco to Mochudi Centre Chiefs, while Hendrick Moyo, who found playing time hard to come by at Gaborone United, moved to Police XI. Tendai Nyamadzawo has moved to Chiefs, together

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with Gaopatwe Seosenyeng, while former dazzling midfielder, Ofentse Mmipi has retraced his steps back to Gunners.

Former hot property, Moatlhodi Ralesotla, who has struggled to reproduce the form that made him the envy of most Premiership sides, was dumped by Gaborone United (GU) but immediately picked by Extension Gunners.

Nippy midfielder, Gift Moyo has reunited with his former coach, Madinda Ndlovu at Orapa United after leaving Nico, together with Nelson Moreetsi. Kenanao ‘Flo’ Kgetholetsile is also back home at Gunners after leaving Gilport Lions. Jackie Mothatego, whose floundering career was resurrected at GU before a move to Chiefs, finds himself at Gilport Lions after failing to hold down a regular spot at Magosi.

Edwin Olerile, as Mmegi Sport reported last week, has joined former side, Rollers as he looks to breath new life into a comatose career after an unhappy spell at GU.

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