Former Bloemfontein Celtic striker Ipeleng Seepamore told Soccer-Laduma that he is wanting a PSL return.
Seepamore thought he had realised his dream of playing in the PSL when he signed for Celtic from Roses United in the 2010/11 season, however the Free State-born player struggled for game time at Siwelele.
He was subsequently loaned to Vasco da Gama in the NFD last season. His professional career was further hindered as he found himself playing in the SAFA Second Division this season.
“I left Vasco at the end of last season. Celtic told me to look for another club and I tried at different clubs without any success. I spent this season playing for Hunters FC in the Second Division. I’m getting game time at the club and I have been scoring goals.
“It is just unfortunate that we can’t qualify for promotional playoffs at the end of the season. It is a dream of any player to play in a top league. I am 23 years old now and would like to play for a club in the PSL,” said Seepamore.