After succeeding in avoiding relegation in what was a difficult season for them due to inconsistent results, Baroka FC have already started with their preparations for next season by signing players.
The Limpopo outfit pulled off a great result on the weekend in their 1-1 draw with Kaizer Chiefs to avoid going to the relegation/promotion play-offs, and now the club has signed former goalkeeper Oscarine Masuluke, who is coming back from TS Sporting in the second tier.
Baroka chairman, Khurishi Mphahlele, confirmed to the Siya crew that the former FIFA Puskás Award nominee has reunited with the club.
“Oscarine Masuluke is coming back. We have signed him, my son is coming back,” the chairman told the Siya crew.
The club boss also confirmed that former Orlando Pirates young midfielder, Augustine Mahlonoko, has joined Bakgaga.
“Yes, we have signed him. It’s two years (deal),” confirmed Mphahlele.
The Sebokeng-born player recently parted ways with the Buccaneers after failing to get regular game time in the team.
He spent the past season playing in the third tier for Pirates’ feeder team Pele Pele FC.
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