Local players find homes in lower overseas leagues

Kabelo Seakanyeng. PIC. MORERI SEJAKGOMO
Kabelo Seakanyeng. PIC. MORERI SEJAKGOMO

Zebras' winger, Kabelo Seakanyeng became the fifth local player to ply his trade in Europe in the upcoming season.   He has signed a one-year deal with Maltese club, Lija Athletic with an option of extension after impressing during trials.

Seakanyeng joins an increasing pack of local footballers in Europe that include Renei Batlokwa who plays in the English third tier while the duo of Eric Molefhi and Kutlo Thobega secured a move to Austrian third division club, ATSV Stadl-Paura in July. 

Mpho Kgaswane also extended his stay with Zira FC in Azerbaijan with a further two years.

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