Latest Baroka FC news makes it clear that coach Dylan Kerr has decided to go strong right away.
Although it has not been a long time since he took over the new club, it is obvious that he wants to get great results with Baroka. The latest news is the signing of a contract with the top striker from the ABC League. Coach Dylan Kerr has stepped up his squad for another player known as Ferrari. Sello Molewa made a name for himself after Baberwa. But he didn’t let his fame get to his head as he progressed more and more towards the PSL League.
Baberwa used his social media platforms to thank Molewa for his future contribution to the club. Sello thus became the fifth player to sign for Baroka FC recently. Other players who have signed are Ethen Sampson of New Mexico, Mogau Kwinama of AmaTuks. Also Nhlanhla Mgaga from Tshakhum, Thamsang Masiya from Moroko Swallows.
The leadership expectations of the club are high. It is believed that six new players will help the club move away from the relegation zone and will have even better soccer 10 results. Baroka FC is currently ranked 13th in the bottom of the table. They currently have 20 points from 20 matches. Increasing results for PSL are sure to bring a lot of luck to their fans.
Latest Baroka FC news: Six new players signed for the club
One of the players who recently signed for Baroka FC is Ethen Sampson, a South African footballer born on the 28th of December. After spending the 2013 season on the USL PDL team, 2014 signed for the Vancouver Whitecaps. He played his first professional game in 2014 against DC United.
Thamsanga Masiya known as a forward-right winger at the start of his career played for Mamelodi Sundowns. After that, he changed several clubs, the last in which he played was Swallows FC. Nhlanhla Mgaga plays on forward position. Most played for the NFD. Nhlanhla played 14 matches in the 2019/2020 season. Mogau Kwinama better known as Dinho was born on the 7th of February in Limpopo. He plays on forward – left-winger position. He transferred to Baroka FC from Pretoria.