BMC rescue discarded GU goalkeeper


BMC has given discarded Gaborone United goalkeeper, Philip Nhete a lifeline after handing the player a four-month deal.

Nhete was offloaded by GU just a game into his three-year deal with the club last week over poor performance. The goalkeeper was blamed for the Reds’ 3-2 loss in the opening game of the season against Notwane.

However, BMC are convinced the Zimbabwean custodian can guard their goals well.  The player confirmed the new deal that sees him reunited with the club he played for two seasons ago when they were still based in Lobatse.

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