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Kick4Life unveil new signings

by Lesotho Times

Executive Committee Member of kick4life Baba Malephane hand over a jersey to Rorisang Moabi

Mikia Kalati

VODACOM Premier League side, Kick4life this week unveiled Bonang Mohapi, Tšepang Ntsenyane and Rorisang Moabi who were all signed from last season’s surprise packages, Sky Battalion.

The trio were instrumental in Sky Battalion’s amazing debut season which saw them finish an impressive fifth in the 14-team league.

Kick4Life Football Director, Chris Bullock expressed confidence that the trio would shine as they did at Sky Battalion.

“I am proud to announce that the three players have agreed to sign with us,” Bullock said, adding the players were signed on the recommendations of their technical team.

“They had a good year with Sky Battalion having impressed in the first year of premier league football.

“They fit into our philosophy and we believe they will be great assets to the team.”

Bullock said the three players signed on three, two and one year deals.

Bullock said they could lose two key players including striker Thabiso Brown who is on trials at South African side, Bloemfontein Celtic. He said another foreign club was also keen on their top goal scorer.

“We still have a couple more targets to strengthen our team, but we are also looking at our budget and everything will depend on the negotiations with the players.

“We also have other scenarios with retirements of three veterans and we have also transfer-listed goalkeeper Mokhanya Mokhanya.

“There are some players who are out of contract while there could be some leaving for teams outside the country as you all know that Brown is having trials at Celtic,” Bullock said.

For his part, Kick4Life coach Leslie Notši said he expected the same commitment and performance he saw from the three players at their previous club.

“I am expecting what I saw from them last season at their previous club,” Notši said.

“The moment I heard they were available, I advised management to sign them because they have what we want in players.

“I hope they will continue to give the same work ethic but we will not put them under pressure,” the former Likuena coach said.

Kick4Life finished fourth last season.

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