Tshepo Ntsoelengoe
Football Writer
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24 Jun 2016
11:42 am

Baroka strengthens their squad 

Tshepo Ntsoelengoe

Newly promoted Absa Premiership side Baroka FC have been busy on the transfer market reinforcing their squad for the upcoming season, with their latest signings coming out of the ABC Motsepe league side Orbit College, who were competing at the recent ABC Motsepe league national play-offs at Bloemfontein.

Kgoloko Thobejane coach of Baroka FC. (Photo by Philip Maeta/Gallo Images)

Right back Thabo Kgabadi and midfielder Tshepo Sedite will be plying their trade in South Africa’s top flight football league with the Limpopo outfit.

Orbit’s assistant coach Godfrey Moilwa, confirmed the departure of the players from the club and says it is good for development.

“Yes, they have signed for Baroka this week, they will be playing there next season. We are happy with the progress our players have made over the years. It shows that we are really working very hard to produce the best players in the country,” said Moilwa.

“Tshepo is a really good central midfielder, he attacks and defends, and that is what makes him special, while Thabo is always firm at the back. They will add value at Baroka and we wish them all the best on their new journey.”

Some of the new players at Baroka are Xolani Ngcobo from Royal Egales, Siphiwe Gwala from FC Cape Town, Tshepiso Lietsisa and Cleopas Dube both from Witbank Spurs, as well as Innocent Mbangeni from Manco Milano.