Golden Arrows have announced the signings of new players ahead of the 2021/22 season.
Arrows, who parted ways with head coach Mandla Ncikazi and later confirmed the appointment of Lehlohonolo Seema, have been busy behind the scenes, bolstering their squad after last season's impressive fourth place finish, which saw them missing out on a place in the CAF Confederation Cup.
Arrows announced the acquisitions of Andile Fikizolo and Siyabonga Mbatha ahead of the season, with more names to follow.
The 27-year-old Fikizolo is back at Arrows for a second spell after spending some time with Royal Eagles and then Bloemfontein Celtic. Mbatha's contract with AmaZulu came to an end in June and the club decided against handing him a new deal. Arrows pounced on the shot-stopper and he will add valuable experience to the side.
The KZN outfit also confirmed the arrivals of Sbonelo Cele, Ntsikelelo Nxadi and Saziso Magawana from GladAfrica Championship Uthongathi FC. Cele plays at left back, Nxadi is a central defender while Magawana operates on the right wing.