Another South African international has put pen to paper on a contract in Europe.
As confirmed this week, Janine van Wyk signed a contract with Scottish giants, Glascow Celtic, Nothando Vilakazi joined EDF Logrono Feminino and Amanda Mthandi signed with CDB Badajoz Feminino in Spain, while Jermaine Seoposenwe joined SC Braga in Portugal.
Kelso Peskins now becomes the fifth Banyana Banyana star to join a new home abroad, joining Stade Brestois 29 Feminine in France, after putting pen to paper on a one-year contract.
“I am very excited about this move. It is a new club that is rebuilding after releasing some players whose contracts were not renewed and we will all be fighting for our positions, which makes the challenge all the more exciting. I have signed for a year and this is good as it will give me stability to improve more on my football,” she said, as quoted from the South African Football Association’s official website.
“SB 29 is a very decent team and is placed higher than my previous side (Toulouse) where we were fighting for relegation. We were not winning much and it got a bit frustrating at time, but now I don’t see us having such problems and that is why I am looking forward to the challenge,” the player added.