Truter could make a debut for new signing Mokotjo against Sundowns

Brandon Truter has hinted that new signing Kamohelo Mokotjo might make his debut for Sekhukhune United in Saturday’s subsequent DStv Premiership sport towards Mamelodi Sundowns at Loftus Versfeld.

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Mokotjo was launched as new Sekhukhune The previous Bafana Bafana midfielder signed a transfer to Limpopo final week after taking part in overseas for various years.

Truter admits Mokotjo is not at his greatest but however says he may be capable to kind the squad for the Sundowns conflict.

“Kamo is coming off a protracted hiatus however whereas he’s in form he lacks match health. We’ll attempt to carry it as much as customary. Hopefully he’ll get a couple of minutes in apply video games this week and hopefully he’ll get a couple of minutes towards Sundowns,” mentioned the Sekhukhune mentor.

“The expertise, the calm, the composure are nonetheless there and he is additionally a superb passer.”

Mokotjo has joined Babina Noko on an excellent trajectory with the membership after Truter took the reins from Kaitano Tembo in November final yr and loved a string of optimistic outcomes.

Easy crusing

The membership are crusing easily within the league and have received 4 video games in a row. On their profitable run, they beat gamers like Kaizer Chiefs and Marumo Gallants within the Limpopo Derby. Sekhukhune sit fifth within the desk with 24 factors from 17 video games, a superb return from a poor begin to the season.

Going up towards Sundowns will probably be an awesome check of how good Truter’s prices are, particularly with the Pretoria staff going 13 straight wins.

Having Mokotjo in his squad ought to give Truter a lift, who continues to be ready for his skipper Linda Mntambo to return to full health after recovering from harm – the brand new signing’s expertise ought to be important to his staff.

However Mokotjo hasn’t performed in PSL for over a decade and will he get the prospect to play it will likely be attention-grabbing to see if he can adapt.