Bakgaga have signed a four-year deal with the company and Mphahlele says the negotiations between the two parties were smooth.
Baroka have managed to attract sponsors since gaining promotion to the big league and the latest deal shows just how much of a shrewd businessman Mphahlele is.
“It has been nice negotiations with Global. They are people who are supportive to football, more in particular the Limpopo clubs,” Mphahlele said at an event held at Meropa Casino in Polokwane.
“We did not find it difficult to negotiate with them. It took one meeting and the deal was finalised. We have signed a four-year deal with them.”
Global Oil chairman John Mphosi added: “I am in Limpopo and Baroka is in Limpopo. We want to bring Baroka FC up. I want them to be on the top of the most popular clubs you know.”
Baroka tonight host Kaizer Chiefs at Peter Mokaba Stadium (19h30).