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TS Galaxy head coach Dan Malesela has shed some light on how he is planning to select the squad he will use in the PSL next season as Highlands Park players await their fates.

The Rockets recently unveiled their new kit for the 2020/21 season with Rodney Ramagalela and Lindokuhle Mbatha modelling the strip, a sign that at least two ex-Highlands stars are staying put.

Check out Galaxy's fresh new kit in the pictures above!

Following Tim Sukazi's acquisition of Highlands' status, coach Malesela now finds himself having to select a team from two sets of players, to form one powerful team.

According to the 2019 Nedbank Cup-winning coach, interviews will be conducted in selecting the right players for Galaxy's step up to the top-flight.

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"Ya we are still in the process of doing that, it's not done but we are still busy with interviews at the moment," Malesela tells KickOff.com.

"Also we do the interviews to tell players that we may not use, and suggestions on where you can go, if you want to go on loan... we are just doing interviews, it's not about training.

"But those are internal things. The things that we are currently doing are minor, it's to see team building, to see whether players can start to understand each other. Those that will be here. But it's not based on training or what-what."

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The former Orlando Pirates and Mamelodi Sundowns captain also reveals the club's plans and targets for next season in the PSL.

"There are options but you cannot pick and choose, I mean we must try as much as possible to be inside the top eight because once you find yourself outside the top eight, you may end up fighting relegation," he warns.

"So if you can try to push and stay in the top eight for a while you know, until the season ends, then we are okay. But we are building at the moment so we can't be too picky with positions and all of that."

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