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The Monitor be MOBILE best XI

The be MOBILE Premier League went into recess last weekend after crossing the halfway mark. Sports Writer Frederick Kebadiretse looks at the league's best players so far based on their form in the first round of the league.
By Staff Writer Sun 09 Dec 2018, 22:39 pm (GMT +2)
Mmegi Online :: The Monitor be MOBILE best XI








Goalkeeper
Noah Maposa (GU)-

The Zebras second choice goalkeeper made a move from Mochudi Centre Chiefs to Gaborone United (GU) at the start of the season. He has played a crucial part in reinforcing the former champions goalkeeping department, which was described by some as the team's weakest link in the past couple of seasons.  Maposa has kept GU' s title ambitions on track, as they currently lie third on the log with 32 points. GU holds the best defensive record along with second placed BMC having conceded 12 goals each.

Defenders
Monametsi 'Sunday' Kelebale
(Nico) - The experienced striker turned defender traced his steps back to his boyhood club Nico United from Extension Gunners during the second half of the 2010/2011 season.

He was converted to central defence and played a crucial role in Nico's first round performance where at one point were exchanging the league's top spot with Mochudi Centre Chiefs. His exploits for Majombolo did not go unrecognised as he got a national team call up and is currently in camp with the national team.

Arnold Chaka (Chiefs) - Meleka
He arrived at Chiefs from Zimbabwe to bolster their relatively weak defence at the start of the season. His tactical awareness and technical ability at the back makes him one of the most outstanding defenders in the league.

Tshepo Motlhabankwe (Chiefs) -
When everyone thought Motlhabankwe was finished after some mediocre performances last season, he has rediscovered his form. The player known as 'Talk Talk' has been the pillar of strength for Mochudi Centre Chiefs at the back in their quest to retain their second league medal. His performances in the league has also seen him bouncing back to the national team set-up and will most probably make the final cut to the AFCON squad.

Edwin Olerile (Rollers)-
Despite a slow start to the current season due to an injury sustained a the end of the previous season, the reigning be MOBILE Player of the Season continues to be one of the finest left backs in the league. Despite being relatively short for a defender, the defending champions' skipper is a good reader of the game and is armed with pace and good tackling needed for his position. He also adds numbers on attack. There is an ongoing debate on whether he should be the first choice left back for the national team.

Midfielders
Joel Mogorosi (Chiefs)
The man is simply on top of his game. With 22 goals in 16

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matches, Mogorosi is the only player in the league with a strike rate of over 100 percent. His goal-scoring prowess is the major reason Mochudi Centre Chiefs are currently flying high and on top of the league. The outstanding factor is that he is not an out and out striker, but scores goals from his wide roles. He is one of the key players for the national team.

Elvis Meleka (Chiefs)-
The Zimbabwean settled in quickly in the log leaders central midfield role after being acquired from Zimbabwe in the past transfer window.  He has brought shape to Magosi's midfield filling in a position that many had failed to do so in recent years. He bosses the midfield with ease and provides adequate cover for the defence.

Ntesang 'Mirror' Simanyana (Rollers)
The former Under-23 international relocated from the GU camp at the beginning of the season to join the new champions.

He was thrown into the deep end very soon due to the absence of seasoned Powell Abednico in the Rollers midfield at the start of the season.

Ofentse Mmipi (Gunners)-
The Gunners' skipper is one of the most talented attacking midfielder in the league. His consistent display makes him Gunners' most outstanding player in the current season. He also has eight goals to his name so far.'Schalwyk' as he is popularly known has received several national team call-ups this year though he is yet to feature for the team. He is currently in camp with the team in Rustenburg and it looks like he is in coach Stan Tshosane's plans.

Strikers
Master Masitara (Nico United) -
The Nico United hitman is back to the form that saw him win the golden boot in two consecutive seasons of 2007/2008 and 2008/2009.

After a poor showing at Serowe side Miscellaneous last season, many were starting to write the striker's obituary. He however, found his scoring boots again when he reconnected with Majombolo and he is now second in the goal scorers charts with 15 goals.

Kekaetswe 'Mara' Moloi (Chiefs)- Moloi has been enjoying his football banging in goals for Magosi this season.His combination with Mogorosi makes Chiefs have the deadliest attack in the league. They have 36 goals between the two of them, with Moloi having 14 so far.

Reserves: Goalkeeper - Takudzwa Ndoro (BMC), Alfred Ramohibidu (BMC), Sekhana Koko (Rollers), Lemponye Tshireletso (BDF XI), Tafadzwa Maingire (TAFIC), Lawrence Majawa (Rollers), Gaopatwe Seosenyeng (GU) Musa Ohilwe (GU)

Coach: Madinda Ndlovu (Chiefs)
Assistant: Daniel Nare (BMC)

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