- Bafana Bafana star Kamohelo Mokotjo has been honoured by former club PEC Zwolle
- The Eredivisie side in The Netherlands have been running a poll since May for an "all-star" team
- Although the team is yet to be finalised, Mokotjo has already earned a place, putting him on the club's history books
Bafana Bafana midfielder Kamohelo Mokotjo appears to have left a lasting impression in the Netherlands with this team PEC Zwolle.
Mokotjo was named in his former club's All-Star team. Despite just 12 months at the club before a move to FC Twente, his influence was huge and he remains revered by fans.
Since the start of May, the Eredivisie side Zwolle have been running an online Facebook poll in which supporters are asked to vote for their favourite players from the club's history to feature in an "all-Star" team.
The voting for the final few positions is yet to be concluded, but it has been confirmed that Mokotjo has secured his place in the team.
Mokotjo begain his career in South Africa with the Supersport United academy before being promoted to the first team squad at age 16.
After a successful three-month trial in 2009, the player transferred to Feyenoord, which also plays in the Eredivisie.
After spending a few years in Holland, Mokotjo earned a move to England to join second division side Brentford in 2017.
After a great season, Brentford are set to participate in play-offs that could see them playing in the English Premier League.
Meanwhile, Briefly.co.za reported that reigning Premier Soccer League champions Mamelodi Sundowns have confirmed in a statement that Lesedi Kapinga has joined the 'Brazilians' on a five-year deal.
Kapinga was released early by Black Leopards to allow the player to join Sundowns before the end of the 2019/20 season. The 25-year old attacking midfielder was released by Leopards after his contract with the club expired at the end of last month.
Kapinga has been amazing for Lidoda Duvha this season and he was heavily linked with Gauteng clubs Sundowns, SuperSport United and Orlando Pirates.
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