Morula's son follows his footsteps

SA Players Abroad

Karol Lebogang, the son of former Bafana Bafana midfielder Lebo Morula has joined ambitious Peruvian side Juan Aurich ahead of the 2020/21 season.

Lebogang, 23, has been rewarded for an excellent season in the second-tier with Los Caimanes, where he featured 34 times across all competitions scoring once and registering four assists.

The Peruvian right-back has now signed a one-year deal with 2011 top-flight champions, the club his father represented when Augusto Palacios facilitated a transfer along with Kanga Nzenza more than two decades ago.

Lebogang, who's born to a Peruvian mother started his career APPUL College and featured in the lower leagues with St. Martin University before a stint in Belgium and one year in Spain with UCAM Murcia.

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His performances in Europe saw him roped into the Peru national team preparing for the South American qualifying rounds for the U-20 World Cup and the Rio 2016 Olympics.

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