Galaxy players stranded in Botswana

GladAfrica Championship has learnt that TS Galaxy duo Mosha Gaolaolwe and Ezekiel Morake are finding it difficult to return to South Africa after leaving for Botswana before lockdown.

The 26-year-old Gaolaolwe plays as a centre-back while 24-year-old Morake is a goalkeeper. Both players are full Botswana internationals.

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Morake joined The Rockets last year June after impressing in the Cosafa tournament in Durban. Gaolaolwe joined from Botswana Premier League giants Township Rollers.

Siyadumuza are said to have ordered the two players to report to training ahead of the restart of the 2019/20 GladAfrica championship season.

Despite being in possession of their travel permits, both players still need the Botswana National Sports Council to give them the final word.

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According to media reports in Botswana, Bakang Moipone, who represents both players, says the Botswana FA have already written a letter to the BNSC seeking permission for the players to return to South Africa.

Galaxy president Tim Sukazi could not be reached for comment, while the club's media officer Thabang Mazibuko said he was in the dark about the whole thing.

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