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Tlou Molekwane eyes Bloemfontein Celtic impact

Posted: 12 August 2016 Time: 08:10

Bloemfontein Celtic newcomer Tlou Molekwane is determined to help the team claim silverware this season.

The former Kaizer Chiefs fullback joined Celtic in June after leaving Polokwane City at the end of last term.

Molekwane says coach Serame Letsoaka has stressed the need for Siwelele to impress in 2016/17.

"What the coach said about Celtic winning trophies in his comments when were unveiled has been emphasized during the training sessions," Molekwane told the club's website.

"We are tirelessly working towards achieving greater heights this season. In one of the training sessions, coach spoke eloquently about his vision and told us we are a bunch of incredibly talented and experienced players who can take on any opposition and that inspired us a lot."

The 27-year-old also expressed delight at linking up with players such as Alfred Ndengane and Musa Nyatama in the City of Roses.

"I have for years watched from a distance a player like Alfred Ndengane who is a workaholic and has sublime team spirit mentality. Playing alongside talented and experienced players like Musa Nyatama who also brings the spirit of unionism through his constant jokes and advice will make me a better player.

"In addition, the supporters of this team are wonderful to watch. It is unbelievable to be part of such an excellent family. Rewarding the supporters with silverware is one of our ultimate aims."

Phunya Sele Sele, who last won a trophy - the Telkom Knockout - in 2012, finished 11th in the Absa Premiership in 2015/16.

Letsoaka's men will open their league campaign against Maritzburg United at Dr Molemela Stadium on August 24.

Article by: Staff Reporter
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