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Mokotjo Set For Sensational Return To His Former Club?

Kamohelo Mokotjo poised for Dutch Eredevisie return?

by Delmain Faver

Jan 17, 2022 04:53 PM

Tags: KamoheloMokotjo FC Twente Dutch Eredivisie

Reports coming out of the Netherlands have revealed that midfielder Kamohelo Mokotjo could make a sensational return to his former club.

Dutch publication Tubantia, have revealed that the 30-year-old is set to voyage to the Netherlands next week, where he is expected to start training with his former side FC Twente in hopes of landing a contract with the Dutch giants.

The midfielder spent three years with the club between 2014 and 2017 before he signed for Brentford in the English second division and is a familiar face at the club.

"Maybe it will be one hundred percent, and maybe not. We are in no rush because he has no contract. We're going to take a look at it calmly," technical director Jan Streuer told the publication.

According to the publication, whether Mokotjo will return to the club is largely dependent on his fitness levels with the midfielder not restricted by the current transfer window as he is currently a free agent.

“That remains to be seen. Mokotjo is a good player, and we will now see how fit he is,” he added.

Mokotjo parted ways with MLS outfit FC Cincinnati who he joined in 2020. Just last year, the outfit announced that Mokotjo, who had been a special signing by the club, would be amongst the players retained for the 2021/22 season.

The former SuperSport United man made 20 appearances for the club in two seasons.

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B.I.G Bully
Jan 19, 2022 01:01 PM

Chiefs is monitoring his situation

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B.I.G Bully
Jan 19, 2022 01:01 PM

Chiefs is monitoring his situation

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Jan 18, 2022 01:33 PM

@Rivaldo1 absolutely sober-minded insight with less emotions...I agree with you mfth,we are not what we make ourselves to be,we aren't producing quality players hence we have no player plying their trade in the top 5 leagues in the world and we think we can compete with them on the international stage,it's a dream,a miracle that won't happen....we need to go back to where we were getting it right when we used to produce players whom were exported effortlessly and the results were there to be seen at international level...bring School of excellence,invest in our youth structures,allow only fully qualified young coaches to work with these kids,not just ex-players with no qualifications...then,only then we can regain the respect we once possessed in the world of football

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