Zebras Get Orebonye, Seakanyeng Boost

Tumisang Orebonye PIC: KENNEDY RAMOKONE
Tumisang Orebonye PIC: KENNEDY RAMOKONE

The Zebras have received a major boost following two of its attackers, Kabelo Seakanyeng and Tumisang Orebonye’s promotion success with their club in Morocco. The duo’s club, Olympique Khouribga gained promotion to Morocco’s First Division League on Friday. 

The  success now means that  the two players will join the Zebras in South Africa much earlier than it was first envisaged. There were fears that the duo would join the Zebras in the last match of their Cosafa Cup group stages, missing out on the first two if their club had not gained promotion. During a media briefing held last week, Zebras interim coach, Letang Kgengwenyane said they were hopeful that Olympique Khouribga would gain promotion on Friday so that the two players could join the Zebras team earlier.

He said if they were not successful on Friday, it meant the two players would have to wait for another match for their side before they could join the Zebras, and by then, the Zebras would have already played crucial matches against South Africa and Lesotho. “Tumisang Orebonye and Kabelo Seakanyeng’s fate on when they will join the team will be decided on Friday because they are playing their last but one game. If they win on Friday then they are assured of their qualification to the upper league and the team will be ready to release them. In the event that they do not succeed on Friday, then they will join us in the last game,” Kgengwenyane said last week.

Editor's Comment
A step in the right direction

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