Platinum Stars confirm new Dambe deal

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Platinum Stars coach Calvin Johnson has confirmed a new permanent deal for Botswana international goalkeeper, Kabelo Dambe.

The former Township Rollers shot-stopper has penned a two-year deal with the Rustenburg outfit. Dambe moved to Stars at the start of the just-ended season on a season's loan deal. Despite spending much of the 2012/13 season on the periphery, Dambe has been given the deal that will keep him at Stars until June 2015.  Confirming the arrangement, Johnson said he was happy with the player's progress and believes he has a bright future. He observed, however, that the talented goal-minder needs to put on a bit of weight.

"Kabelo has been on loan with us and has been given another chance. We are very happy with what Kabelo has done for us, hence the new deal," Johnson told Mmegi Sport in a telephone interview. He believes the former youth international has a bright future. "He's about 23, he still has age on his side especially considering he is a goalkeeper. He has much potential; he just needs to put on a bit of weight," said Johnson.

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