Mmegi Online :: Transfer window produces surprise moves
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Transfer window produces surprise moves

The just ended transfer window sprung a few surprises with unexpected moves. Among one of the surprise transfers was that of former Zebras' goalkeeper, Kagiso Tshelametsi who has moved to Gaborone United (GU).
By Staff Writer Sun 18 Nov 2018, 13:03 pm (GMT +2)
Mmegi Online :: Transfer window produces surprise moves








Tshelametsi, who was famous for his shot-stopping reflexes, had been absent from action until the beginning of this season when he resurfaced at Motlakase Power Dynamos. This followed a career-threatening injury he picked up at the time when he was still playing for Notwane. GU already have three good goalkeepers on their books, namely Noah Maposa, Reuben Thakadu as well as national Under-20 goalkeeper, Neo Kenalemang.

Maposa has been the number one choice for the Coca-Cola Cup champions while Tshelametsi is expected to add the much needed depth and experience as GU venture into Africa where they are participating in the CAF Confederations Cup. Tshelametsi is among players who have joined GU in the past transfer window. The others are Moemedi Moatlhaping and Tapiwa Gadibolae from Queens Happy Hearts. Another player making his return to action after a long lay-off is former national Under-23 right back, Gabriel Bokhutlo.

Bokhutlo joins BR Highlanders from GU. He arrives at BR Highlanders at a time when they are yet to win a match since their controversial arrival in the Premier League. The new comers registered 13 players in the transfer window in a concerted effort to avoid the dreaded relegation axe. The team roped in former Miscellaneous coach, Teenage Mpote in the middle of the first round. Besides Bokhutlo, Mpote has

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also managed to secure the services of other known names among them Thebe Maiketso from BMC, Gaotwesepe Legoreng, Sekakolodi Ntima (both ECCO City Greens) and Mosimanegape Ngongorego (Motlakase). They finished the first round with only a single point.

Other struggling side, Prisons XI were not to be left out and secured signatures of two Extension Gunners players, Moamogedi Thatogo and Patrick Kaunda. Prisons XI together with BR Highlanders and Notwane are currently in precarious situations with the second round expected to kick off in no time. Former Zebras striker, Malepa Bolelang has ended his long stay at ECCO City Greens and joined Motlakase. Bolelang had been with ECCO since their time in the lower division. His goals helped them clinch their first ever trophy in the Premier League in 1997.He joins Motlakase together with former Extension Gunners' winger, Mollen Mabe and goalkeeper, Kagiso Rankabekwa.  Gunners signed two former Chiefs' players, Maikano Maikano and Elijah Montsho.

They have also registered Democratic Republic of the Congo (DRC) striker, Apula Apula from BDF XI. Four notable arrivals at the log leaders and defending champions are Raphael Nthwane, Jerome Ramatlhakwana, Amos Godirwang, Kutlo Sejeso, Tendai Ndoro and David Makakaba. Rollers have registered mostly unknown players except Lovemore Murirwa, Kitso Tlhowe and Botlhe Moralo. A total of 105 transfers took place.

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