No of­fers from Bantu: Sera

Lesotho Times - - Sport - Mikia Kalati

Likuena and Matlama striker Mote­bang Sera says ru­mours link­ing him to Vo­da­com Premier League cham­pi­ons Bantu are not true and he re­mains con­tracted to the coun­try’s most suc­cess­ful club.

a Matšo Mate­bele are in the mar­ket for play­ers ahead of a busy sched­ule that in­cludes par­tic­i­pat­ing in the african Cham­pi­ons’ League.

The Mafeteng out­fit have re­port­edly ac­quired the ser­vices of Tsi­etsi Motšeare who had an out­stand­ing 2016/17 sea­son for Sky Bat­tal­ion.

How­ever, Sera told this pub­li­ca­tion ahead of Likuena’s trip to Co­moros for the african Na­tions Championship (CHAN) qual­i­fier on Sun­day that ru­mours link­ing him to Bantu were not true.

“i am still con­tracted to Matlama and i be- lieve I will be play­ing for the team in the new sea­son,” Sera said.

“There is noth­ing on the ta­ble as far as i know but if an of­fer comes I will sit down with the club and dis­cuss it.”

The lanky striker said he was work­ing hard to im­press in­ter­na­tional scouts as he would love to play in big­ger leagues out­side the coun­try.

“As a player, you have that dream to play in big­ger leagues and I al­ways work hard to im­press in ev­ery match I play,” the lanky striker stated.

“I was hop­ing that some­thing like that will work out at the COSAFA Cup be­cause it gives us good ex­po­sure to show what we can do es­pe­cially to South african teams.

“But I will not be dis­cour­aged and I will con­tinue to work hard to im­prove my game,” he said.

The 2015/16 Vo­da­com Premier League Top Goal Scorer also said he was also work­ingg hard to con­sol­i­date his place in the Likkuena start­ing XI hav­ing been used as an im­pact player since break­ing into the tea­mam in 2015.

“I will keep work­ing hard and play­ingg ac­cord­ing to the coach’s in­struc­tions.

“As a player you work hard to be first choice­hoice and I now have the con­fi­dence and ex­pe­ri­enceence to be the main man in at­tack.

“This year’s COSAFA Cup was my se­ce­cond and I have gained valu­able ex­pe­ri­ence nce in the two years.”

Sera said he dreamt of win­ning tro­phieshies and hoped that Matlama would over­come come their strug­gles to com­pete for hon­ours.

“It was not a good sea­son for us andd we have to pick up the pieces.

“It is time we won tro­phies es­pe­cial­lyy the league ti­tle if we are to re­claim our place among the best in the coun­try,” he said.

Matlama striker Mote­bang sera.

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