Tshireletso’s injury forced ‘Talk Talk’ signing - Muzadzi


Township Rollers’ assistant coach, Zacharia Muzadzi has said an injury to central defender, Leutlwetse Tshireletso forced them to sign former Mochudi Centre Chiefs right back, Tshepo ‘Talk Talk’ Motlhabankwe.

On Monday afternoon, Muzadzi told Mmegi Sport that besides the addition of Jerome Ramatlhakwana and the returning of Edwin Moalosi, the defending champions were not going to be active in the transfer market.

But Motlhabankwe became a third addition when he was lured from BMC and is expected to fit in at centre back.“We converted ‘Talk Talk’ to that position while at Chiefs and we expect him to fill the gap left by Tshireletso’s injury,” Muzadzi said. ‘Talk Talk’ is a versatile veteran who made his name while playing as a holding midfielder at Extension Gunners before a distinguished career at Chiefs.

He left under a cloud to join BMC last season before his latest surprise arrival at Rollers. Elvis Meleka, linked with a move to Rollers is said to be moving to BMC. While the log leaders say they will not make too many additions, title rivals Gaborone United have welcomed attacking midfielder, Mpho Kgaswane from Uniao Flamengo Santos. Botswana Premier League chief executive officer, Bennett Mamelodi said there has been no official registrations since the transfer window opened.

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