Motebang Sera
  • 7 December, 2018

Matlama’s prolific striker, Motebang Sera, is expected to return home from South Africa today (Friday) after a seven-day trial spell at ABSA Premiership side Orlando Pirates. Sera left for trials last week.

When approached for comment, the Matlama Communications and Marketing Manager (CMM), Tankiso Moletsane, said the club will only be able to comment on the player's trial progress after meeting with him.

Moletsane believes the Likuena striker will pass the trial because of his talent; however, he said it will depend on those monitoring him.

According to Moletsane, if Sera passes the trial, the club will not stand in his way as Orlando Pirates have followed the right procedures by involving Matlama from the onset.

He also assured the Matlama fans that Sera will be donning the club's colours against the army side in the league game to be played on Saturday at Ratjomose military base.

“The game is crucial to Matlama as Lesotho Defence Force (LDF) are ahead of us and we need to beat them. We are not expecting any favours from other teams to close the gap,” he commented.

However, Matlama have played fewer games due to some of the club's players being away on national duty with Makoanyane XI at the ongoing COSAFA Championship in Kitwe, Zambia.

Meanwhile, some Basotho were sceptical about Sera's trial in South Africa following LCS's goalkeeper Samuel Ketsekile's failed trial with Mamelodi Sundowns. Lena

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