Tebogo Potsane new signing

What new signing Tebogo Potsane brings to Kaizer Chiefs 

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Kaizer Chiefs sporting director Kaizer Motaung Jr has explained what new signing Tebogo Potsane brings to the club.

The Soweto giants announced the acquisition of Potsane on Saturday as the club continues to beef up the squad ahead of the 2023/24 season. 

Tebogo Potsane joins Amakhosi on a three-year deal from DStv Premiership side Royal AM. 

He is the seventh new player at Naturena following the signings of Venezuelan international Edson Castillo, Thathayoane Ditlhokwe, Given Msimango, Mduduzi Mdantsane, Pule Mmodi and Ranga Chivaviro.

Potsane’s arrival marks yet another component of a Chiefs squad assembled to embark on a new era of success. The club is eager to end their eight-season trophy drought. 

Motaung jr believes the right-winger, Potsane has a lot to offer as Amakhosi “march towards a new era of success”.

Tebogo Potsane new Kaizer Chiefs player


“We believe Tebogo will prove to be a valuable complement to the squad,” said the says Amakhosi sporting director, Motaung Jr. 

“He brings his skill and craft to us, as well as a wealth of experience that our younger players can learn and benefit from. We are happy to welcome him into the Kaizer Chiefs Family.”

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Meanwhile, in a statement, the club said: “Amakhosi have secured the 29-year-old right winger on a three-year contract, making him the seventh new arrival at Naturena in a busy transfer window, as the Club management and technical staff look to assemble a team that can return the Glamour Boys to their rightful place at the top of domestic football tree.

“Potsane played 18 league matches for Royal AM last season, contributing three assists. He will add crucial depth to the group of playing personnel available to newly-appointed head coach, Molefi Ntseki, allowing him to rest and rotate when necessary without weakening the side in what promises to be a long and exacting 2023/24 campaign.

“Welcome to Kaizer Chiefs, Tebogo. We look forward to cheering you in the Gold & Black.”

Potsane also had stints at Free State Stars, Mangaung United and Bloemfontein Celtic, where he made a name for himself in SA’s top flight.

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