Motlakase after Pilikwe United duo


PALAPYE: Motlakase Power Dynamos is chasing the signature of second division side, Pilikwe United duo, Goitseone Legopelo and Thato Kebue.

Motlakase spokesperson, Monty Gagomokgwa said talks have been on since the transfer window opened last week.

The two, who are students at Lotsane Senior Secondary School in Palapye have featured for the Under-20 side. Apparently, Chouka want to conclude negotiations in time for the players to feature on Sunday against Sankoyo Bush Bucks in a Premier League match. Motlakase, has meanwhile warned Sankoyo that it will be pay back time when the two meet at the Serowe Sports Complex on Sunday.

In their previous encounter, Sankoyo defeated Motlakase 2-1 and Gagomokgwa claims they were cheated in that game.

“We were not happy about our previous game with Sankoyo. This is pay back time. Of course Sankoyo is a strong team, but I promise we are going to fight back and we will give them a run for their money.

“Remember, we will also be playing a home,” Gagomokgwa sounded the warning.

Asked about their poor run in the last stanza of the season, Gagomokgwa admitted that the team lacked experienced strikers.

“It is true that we have been performing badly in the first round of the league. This is due to lack of experienced strikers. We need strikers who have experience. That is why we are always defeated by 2-0 or 1-0 margins.

“It is always by a marginal goal difference,” he said, adding that they were working hard to change their fortunes.

However, their hard work appeared to have not borne fruit locally as they could not identify any striker in the country to boost their attack. Gagomokgwa said after failing to sign local strikers, they were now looking across the borders, even though they are yet to identify foreign goal poachers.

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