LCS lifeline for former Likuena midfielder

Lesotho Times
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Mikia Kalati

LESOTHO Correctional Service (LCS) is on the brink of a boost in the midfield as the club looks set to sign former Likuena and Bantu midfielder, Bosiuoa Boseka who has been club-less since being transfer-listed by the Mafeteng-based side last season.

According to LCS Secretary-General, Lehlohonolo Matlosa, the correctional service outfit is closing in on a deal to sign the talented midfielder ahead of the resumption of the second round of the 2015/16 Vodacom Premier League on 16 January 2015.

“We held a meeting with Bantu management, and are now in the process of finalising the deal for the player who has been training with our team for some time,” Matlosa told the Lesotho Times on Monday.

“As it stands, Bosiuoa Boseka is the only player we plan to add to our squad during the January transfer window.”

Meanwhile, Kick4Life is also set to reinforce their squad despite ending the first round of the league on a high under new coach Leslie Notši.

The former Likuena mentor said this week he was keen on acquiring the services of former Kick4Life player Fidel ‘Maestro’ Ntoya after the midfielder was transfer-listed by Bantu.

“We have a few names on our wish list, but we are still working on the logistics with management,” Notši said.

“As for Ntoya, he is a good player and we are keen to bring him back to the team.”

On the other hand, the club-less duo of Hopolang Mohlalefi and Kholuoe Phasumane are set to join Linare after also being transfer-listed by Bantu.

They are likely to be joined in the green and white of Linare by former Likuena defender, Thabo Masualle, who has also been club-less since the beginning of the season after being transfer-listed by Bantu.

Contacted for comment, Linare Public Relations Officer, Refiloe Makhobotloane, said Tse Tala were eyeing new signings after a disappointing first round campaign.

“Indeed, we are currently in negotiations with a number of players that we feel can add value to our squad. Unfortunately, I am not in a position to reveal their names at this stage,” he said.

Asked whether Linare’s star player, Lebajoa Mosehlenyane who has been linked with a move to Bantu, would remain at the club, Mokhobotloane said: “At the moment there are no offers for him and currently, his focus is on remaining with the team.”

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