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Three clubs after Mokhatholane

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Moorosi Tsiane

Nyenye Rovers general manager Hopolang Ntšeli says the club could lose Moshe Mokhatholane to premier league side Linare.

Mokhatholane featured for Linare in last weekend’s 2-1 loss to Matlama in the King’s Cup final played in Maputsoe.

However, Ntšeli said despite his appearance in Linare colours, Mokhatholane who can play in central defence or midfield, had not left Rovers who were relegated from the topflight league last season.

“Linare have shown interest in Mokhatholane; they have approached us and we are still discussing the issue. There are a number of issues to be considered before we can reach an agreement,” Ntšeli said on Thursday.

Mokhatholane has been training with Linare to remain fit since Nyenye are yet to start preparing for the new season, Ntšeli added.

“We have not yet started our preparations for the new season, so Mokhatholane has been training with Linare to be at the same level of fitness with the rest of the squad. Even if he eventually fails to join them, it would still be good for him.”

Ntšeli further said in addition to Linare, premiership sides Mphatlalatsane and Sundawana were also after the player.

“He is in demand; Sundawana and Mphatlalatsane ha


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ve also been asking about him but at the end, it will be up to him to make a choice of the team he wants to join,” said Ntšeli.lenyane, Linare could lose another midfielder, Tumelo Ngatane, to A Division side Super Kingdom (SK). SK have bought Sky Battalion’s first division franchise.

Ngatane would be studying at Lesotho Cooperatives College in Maseru, hence his prospective loan-move from Linare, who are based in Hlotse.

Another player who could be on the move during this off-season is Liphakoe midfielder Mohau Rammoneng, who has been heavily linked with premier league newcomers NUL Rovers.

However, the Likuena midfielder said he was still with Liphakoe, who have also been promoted to the premiership, when contacted on Thursday by the Sunday Express.

“I am still a Liphakoe player but I have applied to be a student at NUL (National University of Lesotho). We will see what happens should I be successful in my application,” Rammoneng said.

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