Official: Mokotjo unveiled by DStv Prem outfit

Image via Sekhukhune United
Image via Sekhukhune United

Sekhukhune United have unveiled the signing of Bafana Bafana international Kamohelo Mokotjo.

The 31-year-old has penned a one and a half year contract with the DStv Premiership outfit and joins on a free transfer.

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Mokotjo was previously on the books of Major League Soccer side Cincinnati and Brentford FC when they were still campaigning in the English Championship.


Sekhukhune United Football Club is delighted to announce the signing of Defensive Midfielder Kamohelo "The General" Mokotio from FC Cincinnati (USA) on a one vear and half contract.

Born in Kutloanong Location, Odendaalsrus, 11 March 1991, Mokotjo (31) began his career with Supersport United Academy. He was promoted into the first team squad at the age of 16 years, then moved to Feyenoord the same year to begin his international career in the Netherlands, which lasted until 2017.

'The General' moved to England in 2017 to play for Brentford FC where he played for three seasons before moving to the US to join FC Cincinnati, a team in the Major League Soccer (MLS).

Mokotjo, the former Bafana Bafana midfielder, also captained South Africa's U12 national team called 'Tsetse Flies' to victory at the 2003 Danone Nations Cup in France and was named Player of the Tournament.

Kamohelo was also a member of the South Africa U20 squad that competed at the

2009 U20 World Cup. He has also played for the U23 team and was part of the senior team that took part in the African Cup of Nations (AFCON) in Egypt.

Sekhukhune United Chairman Mr. Simon Malatji is pleased to announce the services of 'The General' and wishes him well.

However, the player also expressed his gratitude for having joined the 'Babina Noko' family and he is ready to join the rest of the squad.

Sekhukhune United Football Club would like to welcome Mokotjo to Babina Noko family with his wealth of experience.

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