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Football | Absa Premiership

Polokwane City add reinforcement



Donald Mokondelela has signed a three-year contract with Polokwane City after competing successful trials following the termination of his contract at Orlando Pirates, club officials said on Thursday.

The addition of the 25-year-old boosts a squad that has had scant reinforcement during the transfer window, which closes on Thursday at midnight.

Mokondelela made his name with Polokwane City’s local rivals Baroka, who sold him to Orlando Pirates after their maiden season in the Absa Premiership last August.

But at the Buccaneers, Mokondelela made little impression with just two substitute appearances before going to Chippa United on loan in January, where he also failed to hold down a regular place.

Chippa did not seek to keep him for the new campaign and Pirates called time on his contract, terminating it with two years still to serve.

It allowed Mokondelela to go on trial at Polokwane over the last weeks.

The club started the new season with elimination in the MTN8 quarterfinals and then a draw with Baroka in the Absa Premiership but have followed that with an upset away win over Mamelodi Sundowns.



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