Baroka respond on Mosele to Pirates


Baroka FC have put a big 'Not For Sale' sign on one of star youngster Goodman Mosele as he continues to be linked with with biggest PSL teams.

Last season Bakgaga were forced to part ways with one of their star players Collins Makgaka when he refused to renew his contract and left for Orlando Pirates instead.

This time around it is last season's PSL Young Footballer of the Season who is believed to be preparing to join the Soweto giants next season.

Mosele has played 18 times for Bakgaga this season and also been linked with Kaizer Chiefs, whom the player himself told this website have made no approach for his services.

Pirates have already formally enquired about Mosele, according to our sources.

"It's all lies!" Mphahlele tells responding to the transfer talk.

"It's the same thing like the Oscarine Masuluke story. It's lies. Goodman is my 'child'. I raised him. We don't talk about contracts when it comes to son and father. I'm his father.

"We don't take him as an employee here, he is one of our children. Yes he does have a contract but it doesn't expire. There's no agent involved, nothing. How long is his contract? It's for as long as he can play football.

"Goodman won't come cheap. There's no price tag. He's not on display. I don't want anything, I'm not interested. All those who left before him it's because they asked to be released. It was not me who said I was selling them.

"Unless Goodman can ask also to be let go and say 'Baba please let me go I will return one day' then I will consider. But other than that, no chance."

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