MASERU — Joy FC utility player, Jeremiah Kamele, could leave his Hlotse-based team in the new season after he attracted the attention of the country’s big guns that include league champions Lioli, Bantu and LCS.
The Sunday Express has been reliably informed that the three clubs have already held talks with Joy over the possibilities of signing the talented left-footed player.
Kamele has had an impressive tournament at the regional Cosafa Cup being played in Zambia playing in the left-back position. He played all the three group stage matches but missed the quarter-final clash against Angola due to suspension. The versatile player was also a key member of the national Under-20 team that qualified for the 2011 Caf African Championships.
Kamele has come through the youth ranks of Joy before being promoted to the senior team. He was back in team for the semi-final game against Zimbabwe where Likuena lost 1-2 ending their hopes of making it to the final. “It is very exciting to know that some of the big teams in the country are interested in my services,” Kamele said.
“I have not made up my mind on which team I will join, but will opt for the best move that will help me grow as a player.” Kamele said he will join a team that will suit his playing style and help him grow into one of the best players in the country. This paper has been told that LCS have already made a bid for Kamele and his club teammate Basia Makepe who is also part of the Likuena team at the Cosafa tournament.
This year’s transfer window has been one of the busiest in recent years.
Former Likhopo coach, Motlatsi Shale, has joined Bantu with Mosholu “Shoes” Mokhothu joining Lioli as their new coach while his position at LCS has been taken by Katiso Mojakhomo. Matlama on the other hand have signed Tefo Maipato and Pali Tšalong from Bantu while they have turned down offers from Bantu and Lioli for their skipper Nkau Lerotholi.
The league champions on the other hand will in the coming days unveil their new coach, Mokhothu, and new signings that include Lekhanya Lekhanya who has been signed from Bantu for a fee believed to me in the region of M20 000.